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Archived: General For Sale/Wanted







WANTED:   Tour De France ridden cycle posted by: Paul A. on 4/4/2004 at 4:36:44 PM
I passed on a chance to purchase an old Team "Z" bike a few years back, and have been kicking myself ever since. Anyone have any info on where to purchase an actual Tour ridden machine? I want to resote and display. Thank you!







FOR SALE:   parts for sale posted by: Steve on 4/4/2004 at 2:08:42 AM
I have a 1972 single speed CCM Marauder frame, powder-coated orange. 1971 green CCM muscle bike frame/fork (different than mustang), 1974 gold CCM mustang frame/fork, Marauder sissy bar (the tall one), Marauder chain gaurd (orange lettering), a few slicks, a few ape hanger bars, a few other sissy bars, other assorted tires/hubs/parts. also another early seventies girls muscle bike called a cutlass, a nice complete resto project. 1985(?) Specialized Stumpjumper-almost complete, early 80's Apollo Kuwahara Frame/fork/crank, early 80's Ralleigh Rampar BMX-complete but not totally original, a couple 5-spoke mags (skyway and paragrine), and while I'm at it, a 2002 Echo ES2 trials bike! I have pictures of a lot of this stuff, email me for info.







MISC:   polo bicycle posted by: Lisa on 4/3/2004 at 8:14:00 PM
I wanted to know about my bike i have had since i was about 9 or 10 that would be the years 73-75 it looks like the 79 model columbia polo bike but mine must be older frame in wonderful condition but tires from being kept in basement are in bad shape it has the banana seat and spider handle bars yellow in color not pink just wondering the value if any befor i discard i figured someone may be interested in old bikes thank you lisa







FOR SALE:   1988 MONGOOSE STYLIST- NOS - posted by: KEVIN BURNS on 4/3/2004 at 5:50:07 PM
1988 MONGOOSE STYLIST. RED and WHITE can be seen in the pic data base in this fourm or the auction site. Verry few scratches never ridden (NOS),all original except for the SR TURBOX crank.
250.00 free shipping ground with tracking number. PAY PAL only.
I was going to get back into free style but now I don't so I simply will sell it.


   RE:FOR SALE:   1988 MONGOOSE STYLIST- NOS - posted by KEVIN BURNS on 4/3/2004 at 5:58:01 PM
Can be seen here is the item number. 3669259423 for thr 20inch MONGOOSE STYLIST.






WANTED:   Vintage Parts/Accessories and Pee-Wee Herman's Bicycle posted by: Adrian Rollini on 4/3/2004 at 7:36:54 AM
Hello all, I'm looking for some things and I could use a little help out there. Does anybody happen to have a set of balloon tire Monark fenders that they would be willing to part with? You know, those great, big, volumptuous fenders like they used to put on the Holiday models? Also I'm looking for some accessories- any body have an old "Make A Lite" generator? How about a set of old rear-fender skirt gurads- any brand (preferably Elgin)? One last question. Being into old bicycles, I'm sure we have all seen one point or another the film "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure." Well my question is this- does anyone know who made the loudspeaker deal he had on his handlebars, the one with the tiger (grrrr!) on it? I'm intrigued but can't seem to find much info on this...write me back if anyone has any leads on any of this stuff!







MISC:   Chimo Standard Road Bike posted by: Pat on 4/2/2004 at 11:15:24 PM
I just aquired a Chimo Standard road bike. I have never heard of it before. Does anyone know something about it?







MISC:1974 Raleigh saddle, bag, tool, manual worth anything? posted by: Rick Onanian on 4/2/2004 at 10:40:11 PM
I acquired a 1974 Raleigh Sports, from which I took a bunch of parts for use on other bikes. Leftover, I have a rather wide Brooks saddle, a largish leather saddle bag, a stamped-steel multi-tool that may have come with the bike, and the bike's manual (bent and curled but otherwise good condition, easily readable). I also don't need the frame (but it's a bit rusty). Are these items worth any significant money, or should I just put them into service on my own bikes?

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Rick Onanian


   RE:MISC:1974 Raleigh saddle, bag, tool, manual worth anything? posted by cole on 4/3/2004 at 3:50:00 AM

Hello,
I saw the advert placement of your bike and decided to make contact with you give me the actual price and present condition.Hope to hear from you very soon.
Best regards.






FOR SALE:   Raleigh posted by: Allan Miloff on 4/2/2004 at 10:32:32 PM
I have 3 Raleigh Superbe bicycles for sale mint shape circa 1980 green, 3 speed, 1 mans 2 womans. Green with generator in hub. Toronto area. $175:00 each







FOR SALE:   Selling a lot of parts on ebay posted by: Steve Farrar on 4/2/2004 at 6:37:58 AM
I don't wish to openly advertise here, not sure if it's acceptable, however if anyone is interested, you can email me to find out how to find what we have. We bought out a large 'bike' shop, that hadn't had a sale in 10 or more years. Sold a lot of Yamaha stuff, however Schwinn stuff was included too, lots of fenders, misc parts, pads etc. Thanks

Steve


   RE:FOR SALE:   Selling a lot of parts on ebay posted by VVVintage Vintage Bicycles, Inc. on 4/6/2004 at 11:00:07 PM


Steve,

You can post your links to eBay auctions here. We encourage any and all vintage bicycle activity.

Vin
VVVintage Vintage Bicycles, Inc.
http://OldRoads.com








FOR SALE:   fenders from Raleigh 3-speed posted by: Diane on 4/1/2004 at 12:12:00 PM
I have two dark gray fenders from a mid-70's 3-speed Raleigh Sport that I'd like to sell. They are in excellent condition. Please e-mail me at dtaibl@comcast.net if you are interested!







MISC:   australian bikes 1960 -1980 posted by: jamma on 4/1/2004 at 1:20:39 AM
i am an australian collector and have over 20 restored bikes such as SWINGBIKE,ODDBODD,BLUEBIRD, AND MALVERNSTAR. I am interested in maybe swapping or buying for some of your bikes. if anyone is interested or knows of shipping costs etc please email me asap pictures can be sent ....







FOR SALE:   British bikes for sale posted by: Diane on 3/31/2004 at 2:41:05 PM
I have two English bikes for sale. One is a woman's1963 Phillips Ranger, 3-speed, black. The other is a men's 3-speed BSA, don't remember what year-I can check later. If anyone is interested in either one, please e-mail me at dtaibl@comcast.net. I am in the Chicago area.







FOR SALE:   British bikes for sale posted by: Diane on 3/31/2004 at 2:41:05 PM
I have two English bikes for sale. One is a woman's1963 Phillips Ranger, 3-speed, black. The other is a men's 3-speed BSA, don't remember what year-I can check later. If anyone is interested in either one, please e-mail me at dtaibl@comcast.net. I am in the Chicago area.







MISC:   compagnola hubs 36 hole posted by: cindy on 3/31/2004 at 6:00:50 AM
I have become the proud owner of about 100 campagnola hubs and some real light weight bicycle frames and don't know if they are worth anything to a collector or not. I saved them twice from going to the dump. I restore motorcycles and know how valuable a nut or bolt can be to someone looking for one. Please let me know


   RE:MISC:   compagnola hubs 36 hole posted by Eric Amlie on 4/1/2004 at 4:11:16 PM
Campagnolo hubs are always worth something(especially the high flange Record hubs from the Nouvo Record/Super Record period). Your best bet is to put them on ebay. That's where just about everybody goes to find vintage bike parts. It will give you your maximum buyer's market.






FOR SALE:   Standard Columbia Hih wheel name plate posted by: Kendra Smith on 3/30/2004 at 11:44:54 PM
I have a name plate that goes to a High wheel bike. The name is Standard Columbia. It has the dates from 1866 -1881 listed as well as Pope MFG. Co. also a few other marking on mack. Will consider offers. Thanks Kendra Will gladly send pics. too.