VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Firestone Vagabond 2-piece posted by: Andrew Abb on 8/28/2006 at 7:57:56 PM
I have a Firestone 'Vagabond' lightweight bicycle that was purchased in the mid-60s - 2-piece break-apart construction, 16 inch tires, turquoise paint. I have been unable to find any information about it and have been lead to believe it is quite rare. Any info?
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   RE:VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Firestone Vagabond 2-piece posted by cory on 10/23/2006 at 2:10:52 AM
i was wondering what information you came across, i found one out at my friends house in great condition and i can't fine anything about it
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   RE:RE:VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Firestone Vagabond 2-piece posted by Todd Anderson on 9/11/2007 at 9:35:37 AM
Hello. I have been looking to buy a bike like the one you described, (Firestone Vagabond 2 Piece). Please let me know if you might be interested in selling it. Thanks.
Todd Anderson 615-443-7125
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WANTED:   Post-'77 Raleigh Super Course posted by: Kurt K. on 8/26/2006 at 2:15:24 PM
Looking for:

Raleigh Super Course frameset w/fork, 22"-23.5," RED post-1976 version ONLY. If you have the whole bike, I might consider it (although I'll be mounting full Campy on it, in the way of components).

Would be willing to trade the following for the Super Course frameset:

Very nice 23.5" (if I recall right) Moto Grand Jubilee frameset w/fork (met. red/black/gold). Mounted is a Stronglight headset and French Campagnolo BB cups.

-Kurt
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   RE:WANTED: Post-'77 Raleigh Super Course posted by Kurt K. on 8/26/2006 at 2:19:16 PM
P.S.: You can contact me at cudak888 @ aol. com or leave a message here on the forum.

-Kurt
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VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Raleigh Pro posted by: Gary on 8/25/2006 at 5:14:08 PM
I have a 69/70 Raleigh Pro English Carlton that I might interested in selling. I think it is a 23" frame set. It was originaly purchased by my uncle while he was in the military. He bought it to strip the groupo off and installed it all on a Hetchins. The bike was never rode till the mid 80' when he gave it to me. I re-assembled the bike with Shimano 600 ES groupo,Mavic wheels, Cinneli bars and stem, American Racing seat post, Look pedeals, Turbo LeSal seat. Later replaced with Dura Ace 7 speed de-railer. The bike is in great shape. Paint is original brown. Contact me if interested. I can send pictures.
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WANTED:   early 80's Trek posted by: Dan on 8/24/2006 at 4:39:13 PM
I'd love to buy a touring or road early 1980's Trek. Please let me know if you've got any for sale.
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   RE:WANTED:   early 80's Trek posted by Shaun on 8/30/2006 at 4:54:35 PM
I have two Treks that fit your description. 1983 Trek 720 touring and a 1985 Trek 620 touring, both in the 21 inch frame size (I believe the 620 has a longer top tube?).

If you have any interest in these, contact me at sfarnham@pacifier.com


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AGE / VALUE:   Handlebar waterbottle mounts posted by: andym on 8/24/2006 at 1:06:38 PM
Sometime ago there was a discussion about water bottle mounts for handlebars.Yesterday I bought one of these from a LBS.The're not real retro looking but when it's mounted with the bottle cage attached,it looks pretty cool.
I got the web site address from the package:
www.minoura.jp It's a Japanese website but you dont have to install the language thing.Just click on bicycle under "English" and then click on"accessories".The part # is BH-60 and there is a photo of it.
Quality Bicycle Products is a distributor for Minoura so you should be able to order this item from your LBS in the states,anyway.
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   : Handlebar waterbottle mounts posted by John E on 8/24/2006 at 7:23:29 PM
I put a pair on my Capo, with color-coordinated cages.


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