rangersac wrote:A lovely but rather optimistically priced Claud Butler
Maybe just to advertise "Australia's leading vintage cycling workshop"
They haven't been to mine
frailer5 wrote:rangersac wrote:Need to inspect the top tube and forks but this Ricardo could be decent
... indeed. About a 56? Looks in very good shape. And away from salt air, if that's where it's been.
rangersac wrote:Most expensive Raleigh in Australia?
Looks nice but is definitely overpriced by $1000. Their dreaming if they think it's a 57 cm c-c seat tube. Based on the 27" wheels and the long steerer tube I reckon its more like a 24" seat tube c-t.
bychosis wrote:Spotted a bike on gumtree yesterday, like this one. Contemplated buying it, but could find any details online and the ad only said orange road bike, no size or anything. At $120 was probably a fair price. No detail, no idea of size, difficult to arrange pickup meant I held off.
Flippers at work: http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/cameron- ... 1041238016 now it's $325 24hrs later.
morini wrote:Imwit wrote:
That article is posted in the ebay ad.
You reckon if Jack said it was then that's that?
(I don't know anything of Jack Walsh besides what the seller sprouts)
You could always go and have a look at it and get back to us.
QuangVuong wrote:I believe it is. I do remember seeing it a couple weeks ago.
rangersac wrote:Surely bent seat stays?
bychosis wrote:seven bikes at $120ea including junk! two step throughs, and... One kuwahara roadie, got no idea what it is from one off side pic though.
koen wrote:Imwit wrote:good looking Apollo 4 in brissy
yeah I am watching that but I don't think I'll go up with it much.
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