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duff_duffy 07-27-2021 04:11 PM

Charles helped sell several of my bikes before I even heard of the Paceline!

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Originally Posted by velomateo (Post 2962071)
Yeah, probably 200 pages from Charles :)


fourflys 07-27-2021 04:55 PM

From the ad:
"Porch pick up Orchard Burlington"

who does a porch pick up on $2500 bike? I get it for a $25 table, but....


RonW87 07-28-2021 08:39 AM

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Originally Posted by fourflys (Post 2962690)
From the ad:
"Porch pick up Orchard Burlington"

who does a porch pick up on $2500 bike? I get it for a $25 table, but....

It's Canada.

Nick12 07-28-2021 09:08 AM

Seems like a good deal for a older Sachs. It’s a 59 ST and 57 TT, so one for the taller lads.

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/133830399532

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DCilliams 07-28-2021 09:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Nick12 (Post 2962928)
Seems like a good deal for a older Sachs. It’s a 59 ST and 57 TT, so one for the taller lads.

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/133830399532

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I know the seller. Solid dude.

Toddtwenty2 07-28-2021 10:03 AM

JP Weigle Randonneur - $9,500
 
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The price is very steep. This person probably doesn't actually want to sell it.

However, that's one beautiful bike, Weigle bikes don't come up for sale often, and negotiations occur.

https://annarbor.craigslist.org/bik/...357422719.html

d_douglas 07-28-2021 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Toddtwenty2 (Post 2962948)
The price is very steep. This person probably doesn't actually want to sell it.

However, that's one beautiful bike, Weigle bikes don't come up for sale often, and negotiations occur.

https://annarbor.craigslist.org/bik/...357422719.html

Wow, that Weigle is an amazing bike! That is some serious cash, but a unicorn...

robt57 07-28-2021 11:00 AM

Waterford 2200 - $800 [853 tubing]
 
https://portland.craigslist.org/clk/...356060299.html

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RWL2222 07-28-2021 12:03 PM

2020 Crust Bombora size L 58cm $2500 in Richmond
 
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misterha 07-28-2021 12:09 PM

Pereira SS CX
 
On pinkbike this is a beauty!

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/3027543/

TunaAndBikes 07-28-2021 12:27 PM

EE Brakes Black/Gold
 
450 CAD for the pair... Basically buy one get one free 😁

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-bike-frames-...unt/1570449382

cnighbor1 07-28-2021 03:18 PM

Paramount 63cm
 
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07/28/2021
63CM frame, Reynolds 531 steel and chromed lugs. Campagnolo Chorus 7 speed set. Brooks saddle. Low miles, mechanically perfect. 8+ cosmetic condition.
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...357441282.html

cnighbor1 07-28-2021 03:32 PM

1989 Dave Tesch S-22 Road Bike 56cm - $2,200 (Greater Portland)
 
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1989 Dave Tesch S-22 Road Bike - $2,200 (Greater Portland)
07/28/2021
https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/...356287311.html
1989 Dave Tesch S-22 Road Bike - $2200 obo
Size: 56 cm
Frame: Custom built 4130 True Temper Steel, hand fillet brazed lugless construction.
Fork: Look HSC carbon. Also includes original steel fork, Chris King headset and 3T quill stem.
Full Dura Ace STI 9-speed 53-39 (crankset, brakes, front and rear derailleurs)
Front derailleur is 7400 series and is original to the bike.
Rear Cassette: 12-27 Sram
Headset: Chris King Threadless
Stem: Ritchey
Handlebars: Ritchey
Seatpost: Thomson Elite
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite
Bottle Cages: Ciussi Elite
Pedals: Look
Wheels: Forza RC30 (taken off a 2015 Ridley with minimal use)
Tires: almost new Continental Ultra Sport and Viitoria Rubino Pro (700x23)

I purchased this bike directly from Dave Tesch in 1989 and have lovingly maintained and cared for this one of kind beauty ever since. It has gone unused for the past 15 years. It is now time to let someone else enjoy one of the nicest, plush riding bikes you could imagine.

Bike is in excellent condition with only a few minor cosmetic scratches. The custom metallic paint color is in super condition throughout. Everything on the bike functions flawlessly and has been tuned, lubed and ready to ride.

For more information, see pics of my original sales brochure.
Serious inquiries only on this classic, rare beauty.

Bike is with me in Bend; however, I'm willing to meet in greater Portland/Salem/Dalles area.

Calls only, thanks!
97l..4O4-l59zero (no texts)

cnighbor1 07-28-2021 03:34 PM

3Rensho Super Record Aero/Katana: 56cm -DA 7410 -Restored MINT CyclArt - $2,200
 
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https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...354930140.html
3Rensho Super Record Aero/Katana: 56cm -DA 7410 -Restored MINT CyclArt - $2,200

Yes, this regal sparkly machine is back, with a lower price! It was returned to me due to minor shipping damage. See description of two VERY shallow dents in condition section below, ask for more photos

Almost pristine custom build from 1987 for the Japanese market, loosely based on the Super Record Aero model with some features from the Katana. The "C" in the frame number marks this frame as a Japanese model & custom built. SuperEnd dropouts, aero semi-fastback seatstays, and plate type chainstay bridge are from the Aero while the unicrown fork is closer related to the Katana. Andrew Muzi of Yellow Jersey confirmed this information, and added that this is most certainly a 1987 due to the Super Ends being introduced in 87' and the built in BB cable guides this one has were faded out after only a handful Super End bikes, being replaced by bolt on resin guides. He says this was likely one of the very first Super End bikes, and also confirmed that it was personally painted with his friend Jim Cunningham of CyclArt.

The build is Full Dura Ace 7400/7402/7410 including a panto Dura Ace stem. The wheels are Dura Ace 7400/7402 hubs radial laced (except 2-cross driveside on rear) to high level Mavic Open SUP CD Ceramic rims. The gem tones based color scheme is pleasingly matchy. Bar tape nearly matches the paint, as does the red of the panto stem, and painted skewer logos, & red rim decal. Blue saddle is an exact match for the dark blue in the 3Rensho logos, and the Mavic yellow rim decals & painted rear brake engraved logo are almost an exact match to the frame logos. This is one special & unique bike that is sure to draw envious stares and questions.

This frame was restored by CyclArt, and is higher quality than the original paint/decals! The paint is a luscious candy crimson red over metallic, likely over a chrome or silver base. The paint has such depth and shine, it almost glows! The pics don't do the quality of the paint justice. Decals are debossed and under the paint. The chainstay, TT near seat cluster, and fork blade decals were left off for a sleeker look.

If you've read this far, you're probably familiar with the cult of 3Rensho (pronounced 'San Rensho') which stands for three victories. The three victories refers to a rare accomplishment by a Japanese Keirin racer claiming a win on three consecutive days of racing (qualifiers, semi-finals, and finals). 3Rensho and Cyclone were companies created by Yoshi Konno, just after Yoshi and his brother Hitoshi founded Cherubim Cycles in 1973. Konno had several builders/apprentices, including the legendary Yamaguchi and Masahiko Makino. All of these names represent Japan's finest master framebuilders, and are considered the equals of Italian greats like Cino Cinelli and Ugo De Rosa.

Size

The 56cm frame will fit riders roughly 5ft 9 to 6ft tall

-Effective top tube: 56cm
-Top tube: 56.5cm
-Seat tube: 56cm (c-c)
-Head tube: 146mm
-Chainstays: ~412mm
-Head angle: ~72.5 degree (measured with a digital angle finder zeroed on a less than perfectly flat/level shop floor and thus these are a very close estimate)
-Seat angle: ~74 degree

Condition

Shipping damage mentioned at top: There are two barely perceptible dents & a light scratch that occurred during rough handling. They're hard to notice in real life, and were even harder to capture in photographs. Neither are at all structural issues. Neither broke the paint in the slightest, or even scratched it.

Dent 1) top of downtube, 1" towards the BB from the shifters. If you didn't know it was there, you're likely to not notice it at all. You can see it in the ripple of the reflection, though the dent itself is too shallow to show up in photos. Rubbing my fingers over it, it took a couple passes to actually feel it.

Dent 2) Non-driveside fork leg, about an inch below the bottom of the crown's slope. It is a horizontal ripple/indention of sorts, likely from a spoke being pushed into the fork. Like the DT dent, it's just barely perceptible and hardly more than paint level. You can feel it, but just barely. You can see it in the reflection ripples

Scratch) ~ half inch slender scratch on downtube, just above the "3" on non-drive side. Not much more to say, it's quite minor but visible when you look.

Zero miles since CyclArt restoration with mostly NOS parts! Aside from above shipping damage, the only mark whatsoever I see is a couple tiny black marks on the seat tube just above the BB shell. All parts are NOS or just barely ridden. The parts of the seatpost showing in the photos are mint, but there are insertion marks on the part within the seat tube. Derailleurs, shifters, hubs, stem, bars, saddle are mint and were likely NOS before being installed. Rims appear unridden or almost unridden, though there's slight wear to the decals in spots. Brakes and levers are very close to mint and look almost unridden, though there are a couple stray micro-scratches. The crankset looks very close to pristine and barely ridden with the exception of light to moderate scrapes on the arm ends. No heel rub. All in all, aside from the crank arm ends this passes for completely NOS. It's likely among the cleanest and most spectacular 3Rensho bikes around.

Components

-Frame number: C21
-Wheelset: Dura Ace 7400/7402 hubset on Mavic Open S.U.P. CD ceramic rims, 32H
-Rear derailleur: Dura Ace RD-7402
-Front derailleur: Dura Ace FD-7400
-Shifters: Dura Ace ST-7402 downtube
-Brakeset: Dura Ace BR-7400 w/ BL-7402 aero levers
-Headset: Dura Ace HP-7410
-Crankset: Dura Ace FC-7410, 175mm, 52/39t
-Cassette: Dura Ace 7 speed, 14-24t
-Seatpost: Dura Ace SP-7410
-Stem: Dura Ace HS-7400 quill, panto'ed and with top cap
-Bars: Nitto "crest" old logo
-Saddle: San Marco Regal clone, silver rivets
-Tires: Michelin Pro 3 700x23c

$2200 local pickup in Portland

AngryScientist 07-28-2021 03:52 PM

edited: probably not a good deal...


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