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Kyle h 08-19-2022 08:42 AM

I could probably facilitate a pick up of that Waterford if someone wants to pitch some bucks towards it. I’m about 2hrs away.

duff_duffy 08-19-2022 09:27 AM

That Waterford listing is an example of how not to sell a bike….yet I still would like it !

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kyle h (Post 3134341)
I could probably facilitate a pick up of that Waterford if someone wants to pitch some bucks towards it. I’m about 2hrs away.


fellowpicker 08-19-2022 10:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paredown (Post 3134333)
Anyone willing to hazard a guess as to size?

I contacted the seller about any size information, and this was the reply.

The top tube is about 22 1/2 inches long from head top to seat post. Head tube is about 6 13/16 inches long.
Seat tube is about 20 1/2 long.


He was very prompt with his reply. Still lots of questions though.

cnighbor1 08-19-2022 11:49 AM

58cm Strawberry Frameset
 
08/19/2022


58cm Strawberry Frameset
$325.00 USD (Note: Needs paint but good condition) (Ask for photos of mine)
Interested in this item? Please call or email us to arrange your purchase.
Item Condition: Used, former Strawberry employee frameset
Make: Strawberry
Model: Custom
Frame Size: 58cm C-T ST, 56cm C-C TT
Frame Material: Lugged Steel
Wheels: Takes 700c wheels, 100mm fork spacing, 124mm rear spacing
Drivetrain: Threaded 68mm BB
Brakes: Recessed Caliper Brakes
Extras: DT stops, Stronglight needle bearing headset, Campy BB
Item Number: 238524
https://sellwoodcycle.com/collection...berry-frameset

Beegonz 08-19-2022 02:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fellowpicker (Post 3134367)
I contacted the seller about any size information, and this was the reply.

The top tube is about 22 1/2 inches long from head top to seat post. Head tube is about 6 13/16 inches long.
Seat tube is about 20 1/2 long.


He was very prompt with his reply. Still lots of questions though.

I asked the same, I got "I measured 21 1/4 inches high"

If enough of us message, we might be able to pull together a geo chart!

FWIW - I asked serial number hoping it contained sizing, but it's the streamlined version without sizing info: G12095.

Also, crankset is Chorus CT, the rest is Centaur. Looks like Velo Orange brakes.

rcnute 08-19-2022 03:52 PM

58cm Landshark randonneur
 
This is cool! From a high end shop that used to be in Seattle.

https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/b...520901431.html

Ryan

cnighbor1 08-19-2022 05:18 PM

Early 1980s Pogliaghi 58cm Campagnolo Athena, Mexico 68 wheels - $1,100
 
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Early 1980s Pogliaghi 58cm Campagnolo Athena, Mexico 68 wheels - $1,100
This is the first time I've had the opportunity to work with a frameset made by this prestigious brand. The serial number under the bottom bracket dates this frame right about the time Marc Rossin took over the marque. I have built the bike up with the appropriate Campagnolo components, including Athena 8-speed gruppo and Mexico 68 wheels. Note: the frame is stamped 58 beneath the bottom bracket, which is probably a center-to-top measurement. However it measures as 56 center-to-center, as well as the top tube.
This is the first time I've had the opportunity to work with a frameset made by this prestigious brand. The serial number under the bottom bracket dates this frame right about the time Marc Rossin took over the marque. I have built the bike up with the appropriate Campagnolo components, including Athena 8-speed gruppo and Mexico 68 wheels. Note: the frame is stamped 58 beneath the bottom bracket, which is probably a center-to-top measurement. However it measures as 56 center-to-center, as well as the top tube.
This is the first time I've had the opportunity to work with a frameset made by this prestigious brand. The serial number under the bottom bracket dates this frame right about the time Marc Rossin took over the marque. I have built the bike up with the appropriate Campagnolo components, including Athena 8-speed gruppo and Mexico 68 wheels. Note: the frame is stamped 58 beneath the bottom bracket, which is probably a center-to-top measurement. However it measures as 56 center-to-center, as well as the top tube.

Specs: Campagnolo Athena 8-speed group, including: CRANKSET (172.5mm, 53/42t), BRAKE/SHIFT LEVERS, DERAILLEURS, HEADSET and BRAKES; HANDLEBAR- Unmarked (42cm); STEM- Cinelli XA (110mm); SEATPOST- Selcof aero; SADDLE- Selle San Marco Scocca Dynamica; WHEELSET- Campagnolo Mexico 68 with 13-28t cassette and NEW Michelin Dynamic Classic tires
https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...gid=7521884301
I rebuild/restore/refurbish bicycles (vintage and modern) in my basement shop and always have a few listed on craigslist. You can check out more of my work via my Cycle Tech Royersford page on Facebook or my blog at http://cycletechrofo.blogspot.com
Specs: Campagnolo Athena 8-speed group, including: CRANKSET (172.5mm, 53/42t), BRAKE/SHIFT LEVERS, DERAILLEURS, HEADSET and BRAKES; HANDLEBAR- Unmarked (42cm); STEM- Cinelli XA (110mm); SEATPOST- Selcof aero; SADDLE- Selle San Marco Scocca Dynamica; WHEELSET- Campagnolo Mexico 68 with 13-28t cassette and NEW Michelin Dynamic Classic tires

I rebuild/restore/refurbish bicycles (vintage and modern) in my basement shop and always have a few listed on craigslist. You can check out more of my work via my Cycle Tech Royersford page on Facebook or my blog at http://cycletechrofo.blogspot.com
Specs: Campagnolo Athena 8-speed group, including: CRANKSET (172.5mm, 53/42t), BRAKE/SHIFT LEVERS, DERAILLEURS, HEADSET and BRAKES; HANDLEBAR- Unmarked (42cm); STEM- Cinelli XA (110mm); SEATPOST- Selcof aero; SADDLE- Selle San Marco Scocca Dynamica; WHEELSET- Campagnolo Mexico 68 with 13-28t cassette and NEW Michelin Dynamic Classic tires
https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...521884301.html
I rebuild/restore/refurbish bicycles (vintage and modern) in my basement shop and always have a few listed on craigslist. You can check out more of my work via my Cycle Tech Royersford page on Facebook or my blog at http://cycletechrofo.blogspot.com

Upcountry 08-20-2022 04:17 PM

These look like a great deal, and would look awesome on the right bike... I'm thinking steel gravel build, or even a Ti build. I even put a little research into seeing what is involved in converting the front to 15mm as these would look good on the SS Cielo MTB.
No idea on the actual rim make, but I'm sure it wouldn't be hard to track them down, as there can't be that many tubeless options in silver, with that width.

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/3393008/
https://ep1.pinkbike.org/p6pb23007676/p6pb23007676.jpg

cnighbor1 08-20-2022 05:39 PM

Eddy Merckx Corsa w/ Fully Campy Groupset - $800 55cm
 
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Eddy Merckx Corsa w/ Fully Campy Groupset - $800
For sale is an Eddy Merkx Corsa with Columbus SL tubing. Per the serial number stamped into the bottom bracket, I believe it's a 1985 and officially it is a 55cm CTC frame size. The frame is in great shape with no cracks or dents. It has a few blemishes here and there, but overall in great shape. I have had the bike for a few years and have completely stripped it down, cleaned, lubricated, and adjusted everything (except the bottom bracket, it spun smoothly and I didn't want to mess with it). It has a new chain, all new cables and housing, somewhat recent Cinelli cork handle bar tape and rides excellent. I just have too many bikes and not enough time and this one is a little small for me. Comes with the bottle cages as shown, but no pedals.
https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...515782239.html
Please let me know if you have any questions, full specs below:

1985 Eddy Merckx Corsa 55cm CTC
Columbus SL Tubing
Serial Number: C5 8455 Z
22 lbs


Brakes: Campagnolo Chorus Monoplaner
Rims: Mavic Open 4 CD 36h
Hubs: Campagnolo Chorus?
Tires: Continental GP 4000 700x23
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Chorus
Chainring: Campagnolo Chorus 53/42 172.5mm
Chain: KMC X8.99
Freewheel: Shimano Dura-Ace MF-7400 16/18/20/21/24/26
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus (Short Cage)
Shifters: Campagnolo Synchro II, C-Record
Stem: Cinelli XA 110mm
Handlebars: Cinelli 64 Giro D’Italia 42cm
Seat Post: Campagnolo Victory 27.2mm
Saddle: Selle Italia

robt57 08-20-2022 05:48 PM

Been there for a long while now FWIW.

Quote:

Originally Posted by cnighbor1 (Post 3134418)
08/19/2022


58cm Strawberry Frameset
$325.00 USD (Note: Needs paint but good condition) (Ask for photos of mine)
Interested in this item? Please call or email us to arrange your purchase.
Item Condition: Used, former Strawberry employee frameset
Make: Strawberry
Model: Custom
Frame Size: 58cm C-T ST, 56cm C-C TT
Frame Material: Lugged Steel
Wheels: Takes 700c wheels, 100mm fork spacing, 124mm rear spacing
Drivetrain: Threaded 68mm BB
Brakes: Recessed Caliper Brakes
Extras: DT stops, Stronglight needle bearing headset, Campy BB
Item Number: 238524
https://sellwoodcycle.com/collection...berry-frameset


fika 08-20-2022 05:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Upcountry (Post 3134824)
These look like a great deal, and would look awesome on the right bike... I'm thinking steel gravel build, or even a Ti build. I even put a little research into seeing what is involved in converting the front to 15mm as these would look good on the SS Cielo MTB.
No idea on the actual rim make, but I'm sure it wouldn't be hard to track them down, as there can't be that many tubeless options in silver, with that width.

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/3393008/

To me they look like they were originally black rims that were stripped of paint/ano/etc, but I could be wrong.

rwsaunders 08-20-2022 08:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by duff_duffy (Post 3134358)
That Waterford listing is an example of how not to sell a bike….yet I still would like it !

Seller lost her husband and it was one his bikes…

Epicus07 08-20-2022 09:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sashae (Post 3133473)

Love the idea but tell me that rear brake doesn’t feel like awful.

Peter B 08-20-2022 10:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by epicus07 (Post 3134910)
love the idea but tell me that rear brake doesn’t feel like awful.

f-r-i-c-t-i-o-n

mhespenheide 08-20-2022 10:12 PM

Ritchey Break Away frameset and case 56cm - $900 OBO
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...523821799.html

https://images.craigslist.org/00P0P_...t2_600x450.jpg

I could potentially help facilitate if needed.


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