WANTED:   Mavic Module 3D Rim posted by: R obert McCormack on 2/3/2005 at 8:08:21 PM
I am looking for a 700C Mavic Module 3D silver 36 hole clincher rim, NOS or hardly used. Can anyone out there help me?

Yours, Robert

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WANTED:   "Putter" style goose neck posted by: Alan on 2/3/2005 at 7:59:46 PM
Top dollar paid for a 3 rib "putter" style goose neck -- for the '37 Huffman made Firestone Fleetwood "Super Streamline". Email @
Thanks, Alan
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FOR SALE:   Lots of NOS parts posted by: Zach Wentzel on 2/2/2005 at 1:12:48 PM
I recently cleaned the basement of our 35 year old shop and found LOTS of NOS parts from Schwinn, Weinmann, SunTour, Shimano, and Campy. We have hubs, brakes, shifters, derailleurs, rims, just about everything. If you are looking for something particular shoot me an email or call. Almost all the items include original packaging and most have never been opened. I would be glad to send pictures. www.motorlessmotion.com
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FOR SALE:   vintage avon bike posted by: scott on 2/1/2005 at 3:23:27 PM
I have a vintage avon bike. Looks to be from the 50's or early 60"s. Can someone tell me of it's value?
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   RE:FOR SALE:   vintage avon bike posted by Ken on 2/10/2005 at 7:27:05 PM
There's no Avon in the Oldroads picture database. Post some photos.
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WANTED:   shapleigh's bicycle posted by: Roy Watson on 2/1/2005 at 4:27:35 AM
trying to locate any information or cycle a bicycle made by shapleigh's hardware, think in Maine,I have one now, its 26" springer front end with one center spring-i need a set of pedals or any info on bike-THANKS
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   RE:WANTED:   shapleigh's bicycle posted by Ken on 2/1/2005 at 6:44:44 PM
Roy, if you look back through these discussions you will note that who sold the bike and who built it are often completely separate. Shapleigh may have marketed bikes by more than one manufacturer; I don't know. However, examining frame shape, chainwheel, dropouts, serial number patterns, and other features can quickly lead to your bike's origins. The springer fork will help. I checked the picture database and only one bike, a very old one, came back from a Shapleigh search. Do you have pictures? Meanwhile, you can browse through http://nostalgic.net/arc/bicycles/ which is arranged mostly chronologically. Take a wild guess at your bike's age and start from there.
If you want to email me a picture or description, feel free.
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