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cnighbor1 05-20-2020 01:05 PM

Cinelli Road bike - $1000 59cm
Cinelli Road bike - $1000

Nice old Italian silver Cinelli Road bike!
59cm (6' to 6'3")(60cm maybe) All Campagnolo Super Record groupo. Classic steal frame.
Phil hubs and original pump. Cinelli bars and stem. This a really nice riding bike!
New tires and tuned up. It does have many chips in the paint but could be touched up
or restored. A great 1970's version of a high end Italian road bike.
$1,000. Ready for pick up.

cnighbor1 05-20-2020 01:07 PM

RARE Vintage Steel De Rosa Primato w/ Dura Ace - $2980 54cm white
RARE Vintage Steel De Rosa Primato w/ Dura Ace - $2980.02

cnighbor1 05-20-2020 01:08 PM

Taylor Custom Steel Road bike - 56cm - $950
Taylor Custom Steel Road bike - 56cm - $950

cnighbor1 05-20-2020 01:12 PM

Classic Columbus Steel Road Bike, Faggin - 58cm $1500
Classic Columbus Steel Road Bike, Faggin - $1500
Faggin Road Bike 58
Dura-Ace front derailleur
Dura-Ace rear derailleur (6 speed, index, plus extra rear cog for flats)
Dura-Ace crank, (52, 42, plus climbing extra chain ring)
Dura-Ace seat post
Dura-Ace brakes
Campagnolo Super Record hubs
Campagnolo Super Record head set
Mavic clinchers with double butted spokes, new rubber
Specialized seat
Carbon Look pedals
Bike is in 9.7 condition with less then 1,000 miles. When built (1990ish) the fame was the lightest on the market.

cnighbor1 05-20-2020 01:14 PM

Pristine Early 1970's Ferjus Super Corsa 62 cm - $2950
Pristine Early 1970's FerjusSuper Corsa 62 cm - $2950
Only 300 miles after restoration paint job by CyclArt and rebuild by current owner. 62cm
Top model for the brand made with Reynolds 531 steel tubing
Campagnolo Nuevo Record parts: crankset 52X42, front and rear derailleurs, headset, pedals, high flange hubs, seatpost, downtube shifters
Mavic 36 spoke hoops.
Universal Mod 61 center pull brakes
Rene Herse randonneur handlebars
Ner set of Rivendell kevlar reinforced tires
Brooks saddle
Serial number " 976 R " (stamped on bottom of bottom bracket tube )

cnighbor1 05-20-2020 01:15 PM

60cm SCHWINN Paramount Reynolds Brooks Nervex Road Bike ~6'0"-6'3" - $1300
Get ready for some classic sport touring on this lovely Schwinn Paramount.
60cm SCHWINN Paramount Reynolds Brooks Nervex Road Bike ~6'0"-6'3" - $1300

Frame & fork are composed of Reynolds 531 tubing with Nervex Professional lugs & Campagnolo dropouts, made in Chicago, USA. Equipped with a host of desirable components including Weinmann Vainqueur center pull brakes with Weinmann levers & new hoods, with new cables & housings throughout. We continue with a Campagnolo Record headset, SR Royal fluted stem, & GB Randonneur flared drop bars. Suntour Bar-Cons barend shifters with new shift cables & housing leading to a Campagnolo derailleur up front, & in back sits a "Schwinn Le Tour" private-label Shimano Crane rear derailleur. We continue with Stronglight 49D double cranks, MKS pedals, Campy Record headset, SR LaPrade fluted post, & topped off with Brooks leather saddle. Rolling on 27" Super Champion rims with Campy Record hubs wrapped in supple Panaracer Pasela tires, affixed to the bike with Campy quick release skewers. Professionally tuned & inspected, this amazing machine needs nothing & is ready to ride. Seat tube is 60cm center to center & it should fit well for riders from around 6'0" to 6'3". Call or text show contact infoif you want to check it out.

travis bickle 05-20-2020 04:20 PM

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Super Prestige bikes are very nice. Mine which is from around the same era set me back a very small fraction of the prices of these two. Mine has Shimano 600 on it though.


Originally Posted by cnighbor1 (Post 2722679)
1992 Tommasini Super Prestige Road Bike 61cm (L) - $1499
2nd one 60cm
Beautiful Super Prestige from 1992 with SLX tubing, the groupset was upgraded in 1999 to full Campagnolo Daytona.

The bike serial number reads 92 58 PA 33

I purchased the bike in Grosseto (Italy) 4 years ago from the original owner. The bike had not been ridden for a while and needed some TLC to get it back to its original form. It was fully disassembled, cleaned, the frame touched up meticulously, frame-saver reapplied. Then carefully rebuilt replacing all the consumables.

Since then it's been ridden a handful of times, 100mi at most.

Seat tube c-c 61cm
Top tube c-c- 58.5cm
Head tube c-c 15cm
Drops length 25mm
Serial number reads 92 58 PA 33

Frame: 1992 Tommasini Super Prestige with Columbus SLX Tubing (see turquoise decal that reads TUBI SPECIALI SUPERBUTTED ACCAIO CrMo CYLEX RINFORZI ELICOIDALI)
Wheelset: Ambrosio Etro 622-13 laced to Campagnolo Hubs
Tires: Specialized Roubaix
Handlebars: ITM Aluminum with Brooks Leather Tape
Stem: Cinelly branded Tommasini ("Pantografato")
Headset: Campagnolo Daytona
Brakes: Campagnolo Daytona with New Koolstop Pads
Shift/Brake levers: Campagnolo Daytona
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Daytona
Cranks: Campagnolo Daytona
Chainrings: Campagnolo Daytona
Cassette: Campagnolo 10-speed
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Daytona braze-on
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Daytona 10-speed
Seatpost: Campagnolo Daytona
Saddle: Brooks B17
Pedals: Campagnolo

hokoman 05-20-2020 06:00 PM

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Serotta Mixte? This thing is cool in a weird way... Kinda tempted for the heck of it.

ultraman6970 05-20-2020 06:10 PM

I think this frame is great...!!!


Originally Posted by hokoman (Post 2722849)
Serotta Mixte? This thing is cool in a weird way... Kinda tempted for the heck of it.

AngryScientist 05-20-2020 07:10 PM


Originally Posted by hokoman (Post 2722849)
Serotta Mixte? This thing is cool in a weird way...

it is cool.

this is the best part of that ad. lol.


I had purchased the bicycle to restore and build for my fiancee. She's gone but the bike is still here

thirdgenbird 05-20-2020 07:54 PM

I love that thing. Maybe I should get it for my daughter. (She is 1)

robt57 05-20-2020 09:14 PM


Originally Posted by ultraman6970 (Post 2722854)
I think this frame is great...!!!

That is a lot of coolness, I agree...

mastaliu 05-21-2020 07:03 AM

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The price is too high, but what a fantastic color!

RichTheRoadie 05-21-2020 07:09 AM

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Have found a Specialized Allez 74 frameset for sale over here in Aus. Full Limited Edition setup in the original box, size 54 (54cm TT, 14.8cm HT apparently).

Aus price is good, but it's a big box so shipping will be *very* expensive to the US...

Expect to pay at least US$2250 all in. Can facilitate if need be.

Imaking20 05-21-2020 08:37 AM

Oh man, I've definitely got a soft spot for those frames!

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