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Old 08-25-2020, 12:58 PM
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Alberto MASI 3V Steel Vintage Road Bike OS Steel Frame-Set 57 cm c-t Campagnolo

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Alberto MASI 3V Steel Vintage Road Bike OS Steel Frame-Set 57 cm c-t Campagnolo


In 1973 Faliero's son Alberto Masi took over the Vigorelli premises, and Masi senior relocated to Carlsbad in California where he opened a new manufacturing facility, anticipating the boom in cycling that was to see the US bicycle market expand hugely later that decade. The bikes from the SoCal facility are known as the Masi California bikes. Masi bicycles and Masi California bicycles were ridden to Olympic podium finishes in Melbourne (1956), Rome (1960), Munich (1972), Montreal (1976), Los Angeles (1984) and Seoul (1988). Faliero Masi was to return to Italy having sold the rights to market bicycles bearing his name to an American businessman. Ownership of the hallowed name having changed hands, the Masi family were unable to trade in the US under their own name. Instead, Alberto would export bikes to the US bearing the Milano 3V brand name.




In the 1980s Alberto Masi was an early proponent of oversized steel tubing, and patented a method of frame construction which featured unique Masi 3V internal lugs. The straight gauge thin wall chromium-molybdenum tubing is silver brazed to the investment cast lug, and the resulting frame benefits from increased rigidity and thus reduced flex, all whilst saving weight. This proprietary method of construction means that the mitred tube ends are all visible, leaving no margin for error, in contrast with traditional external lugs which can hide a multitude of framebuilders' sins!




Masi frames (other than very early models which used 'Pela' B.B castings) almost always feature a large capital letter M cut-out of the underside of the bottom bracket shell. The fork crown was almost invariably flat topped and would often include long tapered reinforcements on the inner face of the fork blades.




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This particular listing is for a black metallic steel road racing frame, handmade by Alberto Masi in Milano, Italy. Famous internal lugs, oversize tubes and engraved 'Masi' seat stays. The bottom bracket has the iconic 'M' cut out. Highly detailed decals,sophisticated braze-on front derailleur. Paired with a Masi fork with a distinctive chromed crown with detailed and sophisticated engraving. The brake cable routing is traditionally externally routed for a timeless and classic look.

The frame has been professionally repainted and looks better than new! Perfect technical condition as well.
Geometry
Seat tube c-c: 55.5cm

Seat tube c-t: 57cm

Top tube c-c: 55.5cm

Rear spacing: 126mm

Head tube: 148mm
Wheelbase: 990mm

Bottom bracket thread: ITA

Seat post diameter: 27.2mm

Weight
Frame: 2100g

Forks: 670g

Frame-Set: 2770g
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Insured shipping worldwide: 100USD.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Alberto-MAS...EAAOSwyWhec6jK
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Old 08-25-2020, 12:59 PM
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Firefly All Road frame one-off with anodized mountain art - $4,800

55/57 Firefly. Not inexpensive, but that is one beautiful bike.


https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...183850135.html

(not mine)
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Old 08-25-2020, 02:25 PM
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Cilo Pro Swiss made early 80s road racing bike ebay august 25, 2020

Cilo Pro Swiss made early 80s road racing bike near new
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cilo-Swiss-...torefresh=true
(PS I have the same Cilo Pro frame with all dura ace components 60cm
triple set. I got it new for sale $975 Used If interested send me a message Charles
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Cilo Swiss made a complete bike serial number. 87928 Columbus SLX frame early 80s
super record strada crank 170mm arms
the frame is 60cm center to center
chainring 53/42
super record brakes
Campagnolo rear derailleur 7 speeds click shift
super record front derailleur
7 speeds Regina chain
Shimano 600 shifters click shift 7 speeds
Regina America freewheel 7 speeds superleggera
700cm Wolber TX profile 32 clincher rims
Specialized hubs sealed bearings with quick release
Campagnolo chorus pedals with Large toe Clips
including water bottle cage I will give you a new water bottel with your perchase
Cinelli handlebars 66/42
Cinelli 1R stem 13cm
specialized VS clincher Tires 25mm
Campagnolo super record seat post
turbo saddle
high quality bicycle.
not used much some like 100 miles & put away for collection
Note the shifters are not Campagnolo compatible. but its 7 speeds click shift
will ship this bike to the lower 48 states for $ 145.00 FedEx or UPS
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Old 08-25-2020, 02:43 PM
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1980's Schwinn Paramount Touring 58cm record

1980's Schwinn Paramount Touring

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1980s-Schwi...torefresh=true

Originally custom built at Schwinn Waterford Design Works in 1983 it had the rare "Rainbow" decals. The frame was completely re-built and repainted by Waterford in 1989 after a collision. The newer "50th Anniversary" style logotype decals were used after the re-painting.

Includes Campagnolo Rally rear derailleur, Campagnolo Nuovo Record front derailleur, brakes, hubs, bottom-bracket, seat post, triple chainring crankset and Record Super-Light (Superleggeri) pedals. Also included are a new set of Shimano SPD Clipless Pedals. Headset is the Stronglight-Paramount model. Handlebars and gooseneck are Cinelli. Silica Pump. Zeus saddle.

Also included: 2 New Specialized All-Condition 27 x 1.25" Tires, 4 New Presta-Valve Tubes.

About shipping: Some assembly required. I will use the xBikeShipperâ„¢. The container is constructed of layered, high-quality double-wall corrugate and is designed to withstand the compression and impacts experienced during air and ground shipment. Critical areas of the shell will contain four layers of double-wall corrugate when fully packaged. Its small size and dimensions will minimize the cost of shipment. To pack the bicycle, the following components must be removed: Both wheels and quick release skewers, pedals, handlebars and/or stem, seatpost and saddle, fork (in some cases) and front brake (in some cases).
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Old 08-25-2020, 03:28 PM
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Calfee Tandem Tetra - $3,600

Calfee Tandem Tetra - $3,600
https://ventura.craigslist.org/bik/d...144326592.html
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Old 08-26-2020, 06:49 AM
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this is nice, and would be good to see on the road pounding out miles.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ritchey-Roa...16.m2516.l5255

Belongs to me now! At least until it arrives at my doorstep!!
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Old 08-26-2020, 09:30 AM
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Mission Cycling

Just saw on their social media page that Mission Cycling in SF is clearing out their old stock...50% off everything with code MCC50. Saw that they had some Cedar Cycling (RIP) jerseys left in stock and had to grab one
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Old 08-26-2020, 10:11 AM
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Thanks for the heads up! Picked up a few items here as well.

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Just saw on their social media page that Mission Cycling in SF is clearing out their old stock...50% off everything with code MCC50. Saw that they had some Cedar Cycling (RIP) jerseys left in stock and had to grab one
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Old 08-26-2020, 11:06 AM
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Eddy Merckx MX Leader -Motorola - $900 61cm

Eddy Merckx MX Leader -Motorola - $900 61cm
Merckx MX Leader
Fresh paint from Alan Wanta in 2014

58cm C-C TT
61cm C-C ST

Frame/fork and Shimano headset only


https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sg...180724986.html
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Old 08-26-2020, 11:17 AM
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Independent Fabrication 953 Stainless Steel Frame Bicycle - $3,800

Independent Fabrication 953 Stainless Steel Frame Bicycle - $3,800
https://dallas.craigslist.org/ndf/bi...182330529.html

This is a custom bike. It would compare to a 54 cm frame size. The frame is made by Independent Fabrication, made from Renolds 953 Mar-aging stainless ultra high strength steel. Original cost for the frame was $3,300 and components of $4,700. Total original cost of + $8,000. Total weight of the bike approximately 19 lbs. A truly excellent ride due to the stainless steel frame. Ride all day!
- Renolds OUZO Pro carbon fork
- Ritchey carbon seat post
- Ritchey WCS carbon logic II handlebar w/Ritchy carbon stem
- King treadless headset
- Campagnolo Record 10 speed groupo (Campagnolo's top of the line set at the time)
- Fulcrum racing front sprocket
- Mavic Ksyrium SL aluminum wheels with Continental Grand Prix 4000 Tires 700 x 23
- Specialized Troupe seat
- Cateye Strada wireless computer
- 2 each Zipp carbon water bottle holders
- Speedplay zero advanced pedal system
- Underseat accessory bag
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Old 08-26-2020, 12:12 PM
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MOTHER-OF ALL BARNFINDS -bargain NEW HAMPSHIRE

TWO ATALA - Campagnolo builds... for $500.

Man, if they were shipping these...

Cleaned up this is 3k worth of bike.





https://www.ebay.com/itm/202442435584
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Old 08-26-2020, 12:21 PM
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Looks like gaspipe grade frames, with not much Campy to be found. I say $500 for 2 is just about right.
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Old 08-26-2020, 01:19 PM
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TWO ATALA - Campagnolo builds... for $500.

Man, if they were shipping these...

Cleaned up this is 3k worth of bike.





https://www.ebay.com/itm/202442435584
Looks like my first 'nice' bike with the Campy Valentino and Weinman centerpulls. $145 brand new in 1975ish.
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Old 08-26-2020, 01:52 PM
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Externally routed Duracci Di2 Size 58 Moots

Yeah, it's external routing, but I think he did it quite nicely. The price seems nice as well.



https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2755682/
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Old 08-26-2020, 02:21 PM
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TWO ATALA - Campagnolo builds... for $500.

Man, if they were shipping these...

Cleaned up this is 3k worth of bike.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/202442435584
Cleaned up I think would be worth $600 for both.
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