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[MEL] Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby kevinwulf » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:14 pm

Item: Lafuma panniers (French), from the 70s. They were sold to me as “canvas” but they aren’t, they’re boardshort material, whatever that is (cordura? I dunno, Blakey probably knows what it’s called)
Item condition: They appear to be unused, NOS.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $200 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: Ostrich pannier (made in Japan)
Item condition: Had some use, plenty of life left in it
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $30 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: Old French pannier from the late 60s?/early 70s?
Item condition: appears unused but it’s been kicking around for over 40 years.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $20 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: Another old French pannier from the late 60s?/early 70s?
Item condition: appears unused but it’s been kicking around for over 40 years.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $25 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: Tubus Luna (stainless steel)
Item condition: mostly pretty good but one of the struts is bent. Still works fine.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $60 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: one of those cheap front racks that mounts to canti studs
Item condition: Never used
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $15 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: French rack from the 70s. Pretty cool.
Condition: Looks unused. Has a slight bit of light surface rust at welds, will come off easily with scourer pad.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $30 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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Item: French rack. From the 1950s? Or 60s? Maybe 40s?
Condition: No chrome left, appears to have been repaired at one of the welds, surface rust. Good candidate for blasting/rechroming.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $25 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct debit, cash, etc
Contact details: PM
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by BNA » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:15 pm

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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby kevinwulf » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:15 pm

Item: Apollo Mixte frame and fork (Champion No.5 steel).

Size: Seattube 56cm (c-t), Effective Toptube 55cm (c-c)

Additional: Nice forged horizontal dropouts. Nice frame made in Japan. Better quality than the usual mixte and bigger than a lot of them, too! If you’re over 5’7” or so and have been looking for a mixte you know how tough it is to find the larger ones. This should be good for folks up to 6’ or so.

Rear spacing is 130mm. So it’s perfect for a modern groupset/wheels.

Item Condition: Straight, decent, paint is coming away in a few parts, a little surface rust, nothing terminal. Would be a great candidate for a blast/powdercoat (especially as so many people get their cheap gaspipe mixtes repainted and this one is a cut above your average mixte.)

Location: Melbourne. Pickup from Brunswick or Broadmeadows. I would consider shipping but would rather sell locally if possible.
Price: $80
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash,
Contact details: PM

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Item: Geoffrey Butler frame (no fork)
Size: Seattube 59.5cm, Toptube 58cm (both c-c)
Additional: Nice British steel frame (likely 531). 120mm rear spacing, no dt brazeons, no top tube cable guides, no bidon mounts. Clearance for (at least 32mm tyres with mudguards)
Item Condition: Somebody put some silver spraypaint around the lugs but apart from that paint is pretty good for a 40+ yo frame (I guess it’s from late 60s/early 70s). Light surface rust in parts but nothing of any concern.
Location: Melbourne. Pickup from Brunswick or Broadmeadows. I would consider shipping but would rather sell locally if possible.
Price: $70
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash,
Contact details: PM

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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby kevinwulf » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:16 pm

Item: Grand Bois French Style Randonneur bar (made by Nitto). Link HERE. Super curvy bars modelled after an old French bar (AVA I think?). Pricier than other GB bars because of the shaping. 25.4 clamp, 41cm wide

Item condition: Good. A bunch of tape residue (cos Cinelli cork tape) but there aren’t any significant scratches or anything. The shape didn’t suit my hands so they didn’t get much use at all.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick & Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $35 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash, etc
Contact Details: PM
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Item: Cinelli Giro D’Italia. Early 60s era (the three bands of indents at the clamp indicate that they were from the first few years of Cinelli’s alloy bars. 40cm wide, 26.0 clamp

Item condition: Lots of scratches around the clamp. Very functional but they won’t win any beauty pageant. Will look better after a polish but don’t expect a miracle.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick & Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $35 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash, etc
Contact Details: PM
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Item: 3T bars. 80s era? 36cm wide, 25.8mm clamp. Excellent shape to them, very similar to the modern Deda Newton Deep drops. Hard to find good narrow drops if you like ‘em that way (like Mickey from Spooky)

Condition: Good, usable, some marks etc.
Location: Melbourne. Brunswick & Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $15 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash, etc
Contact Details: PM
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Item: Aussie made drops from the 1930s (I believe). 40cm wide. On the clamp is patent lists (Australia, NZ, India and Canada!). Cool shape, sorta similar to Major Taylor bars but a little different.

Item condition: Excellent! I got them replated (nickel plate) and I don’t think I’ve used them since.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick & Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $60 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash, etc
Contact Details: PM
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Item: Vintage bars and stem from 1940s, I think. 39cm wide.

Item condition: Plating is pretty stuffed. Also there is some surface rust from when my 2yo put the hose into one of my tubs of parts and I didn’t know it was filled with water for a day or two. That rust will come off really easily. I just haven’t gotten around to doing it.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick & Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $30 + postage
Payment: Paypal, direct deposit, cash, etc
Contact Details: PM
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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby kevinwulf » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:17 pm

Item: Handlebar mounted bottle cage with two small Coloral bottles. These are really rare and unusual! Check out the size of the bottles against a regular 600mL bottle. These are about 180mL, I guess? Anyway, they’re really cool.

Item condition: I bought the caps NOS, the cage has a pre-decimal price tag on it. I don’t know if it was used or not. One bottle has a dent in it but it doesn’t detract, in my opinion. No mounting hardware is included.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $250 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Reg clamp bottle cage (from 50s)
Item condition: NOS or close to it. Doesn’t appear to be used

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Happy to post.
Price: $50 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Pair of Sun CR18 rims, 700c, 36 hole
Item condition: One is barely used (100km or so?), the other had about 1000kms on it.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Will post but would rather not.
Price: $40 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Ambrosio rims 26 x 1 3/8 (Raleigh size), 36 hole
Item condition: NOS, still with some wrapping paper around them. I paid a heap of money for these cos a friend said they wanted to modernise their Raleigh. Turns out they didn’t want to pay “that” much. My loss.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Will post but would rather not.
Price: $50 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Dia Compe 750 brakes. Nutted and/or recessed (hardware for both).
Item condition: Unused. Didn’t need them.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Will post.
Price: $50 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Dia Compe centrepull brakes with TA “Porteur” rack. Yep, TA call that mini rack the porteur. The rando version is even tinier. Nutted brakes.

Item condition: Good, used. Could do with a clean but whatevs. The rack is designed for Mafac Racers and I was using it on them when I decided I wanted to try it on these brakes. Had to bend it all sorts of ways to make it work. So, it was a failed experiment, basically. Still, it all works, just looks pretty crappy. You could probably bend it back and run it on Mafacs if you are keen.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Will post.
Price: $50 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Universal 68 brakes and levers.
Item condition: Very good. Levers have Shimano hoods, though.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Will post.
Price: $40 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Stem from 1920s or 1930s
Item condition: Lots of surface rust but no major problems. A scour or replate would be good.

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Will post.
Price: $10 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Item: Honjo fenders 700c, 43mm wide, fluted, NO HARDWARE (readily available at Commuter Cycles and other places)
Item condition: Unused

Location: Melbourne. Brunswick or Broadmeadows. Would rather not post but probably could.
Price: $50 + postage
Contact details: PM
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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby LugNut » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:42 pm

Dibs on the Honjo fenders, Grand bois bars, and Ostrich pannier. Finished two projects in 1 night on BNA marketplace! :lol:
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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby axeman74 » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:17 am

Second dibs on the Ostrich pannier if Mr Lugnut decides to bail on you.
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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby HappyHumber » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:35 am

Dibs / arjy-bargy / elbow-in-the-ribs over the Gran Bois Bars and Tubus Luna rack. PM'ed with devillish haste.
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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby LugNut » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:58 am

:wink: Not quite quick enough on them bars! Sorry Humber. If it's any consolation I've been chasing a set of these for a while.
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Re: Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby HappyHumber » Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:06 am

Dammit... Poodlestickswhackfadgery...
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Re: [MEL] Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby HappyHumber » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:37 pm

Actually, having slept on it now - I realised my heart was mainly on the bars. Unless something unforseen happens with LugNut & the bars - I'll hold off on the Tubus Luna.

My apologies kevinwulf for stuffing him around. He was very quick & comprehensive with payment/shipping info for me, just for any other prospective buyers.

Damn thee to hell, LugNut :P
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Re: [MEL] Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby LugNut » Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:57 pm

HappyHumber wrote:Actually, having slept on it now - I realised my heart was mainly on the bars. Unless something unforseen happens with LugNut & the bars - I'll hold off on the Tubus Luna.

My apologies kevinwulf for stuffing him around. He was very quick & comprehensive with payment/shipping info for me, just for any other prospective buyers.

Damn thee to hell, LugNut :P


Ahh, sorry Humber. I do remember being beaten to a very nice Carradice saddle bag once upon a time :wink: Early birds etc etc...

I did hold off on taking the Tubas rack to give somebody else a shot, my Dawes doesn't have any seat stay braze ons so it would be perfect.

Add it to the order. :oops:
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Re: [MEL] Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby LugNut » Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:57 pm

HappyHumber wrote:Actually, having slept on it now - I realised my heart was mainly on the bars. Unless something unforseen happens with LugNut & the bars - I'll hold off on the Tubus Luna.

My apologies kevinwulf for stuffing him around. He was very quick & comprehensive with payment/shipping info for me, just for any other prospective buyers.

Damn thee to hell, LugNut :P


Ahh, sorry Humber. I do remember being beaten to a very nice Carradice saddle bag once upon a time :wink: Early birds etc etc...

I did hold off on taking the Tubas rack to give somebody else a shot, my Dawes doesn't have any seat stay braze ons so it would be perfect.

Add it to the order. :oops:
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Re: [MEL] Garage Sale part two - lots of vintage stuff

Postby kevinwulf » Thu Aug 29, 2013 1:58 pm

First (and last) bump and price drop and status update:

Lafuma panniers - $175
Ostrich pannier - SOLD
Old french panniers - $15 each
Tubus Luna - SOLD
Cheap, unused front rack - $10
French front rack from 70s - $25
French front rack from 50s - $20

Apollo mixte - $60
Geoffrey Butler frame - $50

GB rando bars - SOLD
Cinelli Giro D'Italia - $25
3TTT bars - SOLD
1930s Aussie drops - $50
1940s vintage stem/bars - $20

Coloral bottles + handlebar mount - $210
REG bottle cage - $45
Sun CR18 rims - $35
Ambrosio 26 x 1 3/8 rims - $45

Diacompe 750 brakes - $45
Diacompe brakes with rack - $45
Universal 68 - $35
1930s stem - $5
Honjo fenders - SOLD
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