| Raleigh Professional MK V for sale: Perfect condition--never laid over or wrecked. Reynolds 531 DB tubing throughout and full Campy NR Groupo (plus some SR)---I have many never used extras---all new---Brooks Pro Saddle, Cinilli Bar and Pro stem (black dot model, Campy SR Brake levers with original gum hoods. I also will include my Campy tools---full list sent on inquiry.|
| Hi - Can you provide the size of the frame (c to c for the seat tube - either cm or inches: 54cm, 56cm ... 62cm, 64 cm) |
And other info (tools, price range, year if you know - I'm guessing '77 to '80?)
thanks for posting.
| Bike size is appox 58CM----3 piece bottom bracket set and various other campy tools----Silca pump- 2 sets Cinilli bars and 2 different Cinilli stems One set bars----leather wrapped. 2 seat posts one NR and one SR both 27.2--New Brooks Pro Saddle and more---all for $3500.00 US |
| I would be willing to accept any reasonable offer for my "like new" Raleigh Professional----vintage 1978. I also have many professional parts "new" that aren't listed.|
| hey is anyone interested in a Raleigh Glider. I'm pretty sure that it is a 1970. It is brown and in not bad condition mabye 6-7 out of ten. if anyones interested e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org|
| WANTED: pre-1950 Schwinn "Superiors" and "New Worlds". Condition not important as long as complete. Thank you.|
| I have a New World 3 speed I'd like to restore. It was my great-aunts bike that she toured Europe with in the 40's, so it has sentimental value. I remember it was a fun bike to ride, and it's proportions are beautiful. Any tips on restoring it, where to get parts, etc.? I'm in western Oregon.|
| I found a Ross Super Deluxe at an antique shop today...it's in excellent original condition.....lights work uo front and it has a cool silver plastic airplane on the front fender....anyone know what it's worth???..the deler wants $450.00 for it Thanks, Dennis|
| $450 is way high for that bike, as are most items in "antique shops". Ross is not one of the more collectible makes as Schwinn, Rollfast and others. It is a nice middleweight bike, with a horntank and carrier, but no spring fork (if it's the one I'm thinking about). Even if it had a Bendix 2-speed kickback hub, in excellent condition it would still be topped out at $250 or so. If you're interested because you had one as a kid and want to relive your past, then it's as valuable as whatever you want to pay. But if you are buying with the intent to resell, then you had better do a lot of haggling with the shop owner! Good luck!|
I agree with Jim!You can get alot of bike for $450.00 if you take your time,watch the auction site and Schwinn site.
| I HAVE A VERY OLD SCHWINN( I THINK)I NEED TO COMMUNICATE WITH SOMEBODY THAT'S KNOWLEDGEABLE ON BIKES TO TELL ME THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PANTHER & A PHANTOM. I CAN SEND PICS.|
| The frame of the Panther has a double top bar whereas the Phantom has the classic cantilever design all the 'sloppy-copies' are based on; other different features are the following: sprocket chainrings, spring forks (Phantoms had the Cyclelock!), tanks, and the front internal brake hub as well as the taillight activated with the coaster brake on Phantoms. To verify the serial# of your Schwinn, click on to the serial# charts on this site. Good luck!|