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    Meant to say "ass"..
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoaststeve View Post
    God Damn beer company...almost gave me a heart attack when I saw the heading in my local CL



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    That's more than a little disappointing! I used to get worked up each time I saw "WTB Mountain Bike", but 100% of those have meant "want to buy"...

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    So I sent a message to the guy who is selling $600 M900 derailleurs and $350 M900 cantis.

    Example: NOS Shimano XTR M910 Rear Derailleur Very Rare 8 speed MTB ATB | eBay

    Here is what I said:
    Your price for these brakes, and many of your other items in your store, is completely ludicrous. A set of Grafton brakes recently sold for $365. Here's the link:Grafton Speed Controller Brake Set ~ Vintage Canti paul | eBay

    Your XTR brakes are clean, yes, but they are just XTR brakes. I have four sets sitting in my parts bin. Shimano made a lot of them. $350 is justified for brakes that are rare and hard-to-find, like Graftons. Not XTR.

    Why don't you just start the bidding at $1 and let them sell? That will tell you what they are really worth. This person started their brakes at $5. It went up to $172. That's probably as high as M900 XTR brakes will go. Shimano XTR BR-M900 cantilever brakes cyclocross yeti bontrager vintage CX | eBay



    He responded with this, quite butthurt. He can charge high prices, but he sure can't spell very well.

    wow pretty funny that your telling me how to sell. Ive been doing this for living exclusively for years. I dont need to open your links because auctions dont mean anything. Im a store with a huge investment and all items are in quantity. I typically sell 10k avg. per week up until my mmove to pdx because i dont have time to deal with it. Also emails like this make me keep my prices high so I have to deal with one less dildo.

    You can sell your grafteks for what ever you want

    your telling me how to sell - you can see in my last 2 weeks a pair of cantis, m900 shifters , and rear D for more than most will pay. remember this is not exclusively an american hobby 1/3 of my gear goes international complaints are virtually nonexistent.

    I did .5 million in vintage parts last year and spent more than half that. I dont have parts bins except for used stuff which i have multitudes of but have no interest in selling. Almost anything in my store is in cases & w/ 1200 items listed and 5 times that to list if I ever feel like it i dont really need to underprice everyone.

    By the time you decide to sell yours , you can thank me for raising the price and giving you a comparison if you have nos.

    Youo know mtbs are fairly young compared to road bikes in collectability and look at what mid 80's c record cranks and deltas hit $1200 XTR is cheap in comparison, especially for 1st year.

    your message is annoying, you dont have to agree with my price but learn how to use ebay completed listings and terapeak before messaging me and you;ll see that these sell.

    pb bikes | eBay

    right there is 3 pieces of m900 sold, probably some xt's too.

    I ride both road and mtb and am finding the mtb vintage enthusiasts I guess because of age to complain alot about the price and I say dont buy from me. The Benelux countries and SE Asia are gobbling this stuff up . check terapeak m900

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    Things are worth whatever people are willing to pay for them.

    However, I am inclined to think he may have bought those items himself just to establish a price history for those items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    The whole ad was full of misstatements. Designed by Tom Ritchey. hahaha.
    It's fine to laugh at people who make mistakes, which are by their nature as mistakes unintentional. I just looked at the comps and followed what this guy wrote, I don't see you flaming him anywhere. You only beat on women here? Oh that's just so brave.

    However, sending them derogatory arrogant name calling emails is NOT OKAY!

    I thought this guy "Klasse" (more like "Trasshe") was a one off psychopath but looks like your membership gets off on accosting and bullying perfect strangers on eBay and Craigslist. WTF gives you the right?

    I will never look at a guy on a mountain bike the same way ever again because of this, it is an eye opener, I mean just wow. What a bunch of self absorbed bullies you are! I expect shite like this from say street gangs, but then that's basically what you all are except you hide out online under assumed names. So what would you say to your mothers if she was virtually assaulted by one of your scummy members?

    Here's a newsflash! Nobody else gives a crap that you are self labelled experts on whatever bike or bike part SOMEONE ELSE OWNS! It's theirs, no one made you gods of all things bike, and when you support this trollish, aggressively antisocial behavior you just make the world a nastier place to live. Do you also lean over someone's fence to mace their dog because it had the nerve to bark at you as you rode by? Do you feel entitled to grab little kids off the street and buttfcuk them too?

    I open my email to find garbage like these two emails from your 'roidrager buddy here, maybe he needs to back off the Rockstar. "Full of crap"??? For trying to sell something I own? For saying a tall guy rides this bike regularly? None of you ever watches the BMX riders catching air on those huge ramps in the X Games? Hello??

    Email below is from your psycho captain:

    One question: are you out of your mind?

    1. Bridgestones have nothing to do with Tom Ritchey. NOTHING. They were designed by Grant Petersen and made in Japan. No Ritchey hands on it at all.

    2. Shimano STX were low-end components. Because the MB-4 is a low-end bike. Never, EVER were they titanium-plated. Like NEVER. You are smoking crack to think otherwise.

    3. There's no way in hell your "hubby" rides a 14" frame fine, unless he is a mutant. 14" is considered an extra small/small in the bike world. Your hubby needs a large, at least.


    That said, your price is too high. THe MB-4 is a low-end bike that's not really worth anything these days. $100 tops. And you are currently being mocked on websites where people actually have knowledge of vintage mountain bikes, and know you're full of crap.

    To learn about Bridgestones, go here:

    Bridgestone Bicycles

    To see that you've been called out for having a stupidly ridiculous posting:

    The Official WTF outing thread, Craigslist, eBay etc


    Other than that, GREAT luck on the sale!

    Sincerely,

    Captain Obvious

    2.

    Hey, here's the scoop! You were wrong, get over it and don't be a dumbass about it. First, your bike salesman did lie, as STX is entry-level Shimano and not Ti coated. It doesn't even look like Ti. I could get into the different levels of Shimano components from the early 90s but you probably wouldn't understand anyways. And 14" IS the frame size, you stupid ****ing troll. I never said anything about millimeters or feet. Frames are measured in inches as well as S/M/L/XL sizes. A 14" seat tube, measured from the center of the bottom bracket to the center of the top tube, would be a small or extra small. Medium is usually 17.5"-18". Get the picture? Rather than argue with me like a complete ****ing imbecile, go here and look for yourself...all of the frame sizes for your bike are listed in inches: BikePedia - 1994 Bridgestone MB-4 SUS Complete Bicycle

    Good job revising your posting, but you still look like an idiot. Oh, and nobody ****ing cares about your stupid sob story. I can't stand when people ***** about losing their jobs, and are too ****ing dumb to find something else. Haven't you ever heard of a safety net? It's when responsible people have extra cash lying around to cover their living expenses for a few months in case you lose your job. Oh well, now you know.

    God damn, you represent Los Angeles perfectly. Arrogant, combative, and ****ing stupid. Hopefully all this hardship has taught you to live within your means and plan ahead for emergencies. **** people should know when they're kids.

    Sincerely,

    Captain Obvious.

    "Arrogant, combative, and ****ing stupid."

    Excuse me, who started this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkozaczek View Post
    Things are worth whatever people are willing to pay for them.

    However, I am inclined to think he may have bought those items himself just to establish a price history for those items.
    I thought the same thing. I know there are a lot of fools out there, but I really can't see someone spending $600 on an XTR derailleur.
    Not when there are plenty of fine examples for $100 or less: Shimano XTR excellent condition rear derailleur vintage mtb | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by djmuff View Post
    I thought the same thing. I know there are a lot of fools out there, but I really can't see someone spending $600 on an XTR derailleur.
    Not when there are plenty of fine examples for $100 or less: Shimano XTR excellent condition rear derailleur vintage mtb | eBay
    Sure, if you're gonna ride it.

    But if you're building an NOS bike, then you need NOS, and then you have to pay NOS prices. There is a subtle, but big difference between NIB - NEW - LIKE NEW and on and on and on...

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    The perfect strangers aren't the ones that get made fun of, just the funny ones.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
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    haha! funny stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by farley325 View Post


    Thankfully the picture of the crack...since it wasn't mentioned in the auction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laffinatcha View Post
    It's fine to laugh at people who make mistakes, which are by their nature as mistakes unintentional. I just looked at the comps and followed what this guy wrote, I don't see you flaming him anywhere. You only beat on women here? Oh that's just so brave.

    However, sending them derogatory arrogant name calling emails is NOT OKAY!

    I thought this guy "Klasse" (more like "Trasshe") was a one off psychopath but looks like your membership gets off on accosting and bullying perfect strangers on eBay and Craigslist. WTF gives you the right?

    I will never look at a guy on a mountain bike the same way ever again because of this, it is an eye opener, I mean just wow. What a bunch of self absorbed bullies you are! I expect shite like this from say street gangs, but then that's basically what you all are except you hide out online under assumed names. So what would you say to your mothers if she was virtually assaulted by one of your scummy members?

    Here's a newsflash! Nobody else gives a crap that you are self labelled experts on whatever bike or bike part SOMEONE ELSE OWNS! It's theirs, no one made you gods of all things bike, and when you support this trollish, aggressively antisocial behavior you just make the world a nastier place to live. Do you also lean over someone's fence to mace their dog because it had the nerve to bark at you as you rode by? Do you feel entitled to grab little kids off the street and buttfcuk them too?

    I open my email to find garbage like these two emails from your 'roidrager buddy here, maybe he needs to back off the Rockstar. "Full of crap"??? For trying to sell something I own? For saying a tall guy rides this bike regularly? None of you ever watches the BMX riders catching air on those huge ramps in the X Games? Hello??

    Email below is from your psycho captain:

    One question: are you out of your mind?

    1. Bridgestones have nothing to do with Tom Ritchey. NOTHING. They were designed by Grant Petersen and made in Japan. No Ritchey hands on it at all.

    2. Shimano STX were low-end components. Because the MB-4 is a low-end bike. Never, EVER were they titanium-plated. Like NEVER. You are smoking crack to think otherwise.

    3. There's no way in hell your "hubby" rides a 14" frame fine, unless he is a mutant. 14" is considered an extra small/small in the bike world. Your hubby needs a large, at least.


    That said, your price is too high. THe MB-4 is a low-end bike that's not really worth anything these days. $100 tops. And you are currently being mocked on websites where people actually have knowledge of vintage mountain bikes, and know you're full of crap.

    To learn about Bridgestones, go here:

    Bridgestone Bicycles

    To see that you've been called out for having a stupidly ridiculous posting:

    The Official WTF outing thread, Craigslist, eBay etc


    Other than that, GREAT luck on the sale!

    Sincerely,

    Captain Obvious

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    Hey, here's the scoop! You were wrong, get over it and don't be a dumbass about it. First, your bike salesman did lie, as STX is entry-level Shimano and not Ti coated. It doesn't even look like Ti. I could get into the different levels of Shimano components from the early 90s but you probably wouldn't understand anyways. And 14" IS the frame size, you stupid ****ing troll. I never said anything about millimeters or feet. Frames are measured in inches as well as S/M/L/XL sizes. A 14" seat tube, measured from the center of the bottom bracket to the center of the top tube, would be a small or extra small. Medium is usually 17.5"-18". Get the picture? Rather than argue with me like a complete ****ing imbecile, go here and look for yourself...all of the frame sizes for your bike are listed in inches: BikePedia - 1994 Bridgestone MB-4 SUS Complete Bicycle

    Good job revising your posting, but you still look like an idiot. Oh, and nobody ****ing cares about your stupid sob story. I can't stand when people ***** about losing their jobs, and are too ****ing dumb to find something else. Haven't you ever heard of a safety net? It's when responsible people have extra cash lying around to cover their living expenses for a few months in case you lose your job. Oh well, now you know.

    God damn, you represent Los Angeles perfectly. Arrogant, combative, and ****ing stupid. Hopefully all this hardship has taught you to live within your means and plan ahead for emergencies. **** people should know when they're kids.

    Sincerely,

    Captain Obvious.

    "Arrogant, combative, and ****ing stupid."

    Excuse me, who started this?

    I didn't read your diatribe....but I can tell you're a psycho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Thankfully the picture of the crack...since it wasn't mentioned in the auction.
    $3,000 with a big honking crack at the pivot! Nice! Maybe an offer of $250 will be accepted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Thankfully the picture of the crack...since it wasn't mentioned in the auction.

    Although it was obvious, even before peeping the pics, that something was on crack.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
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    I should share the gem left as a visitor message on my profile:


    You're a real card, you don't even have any real bikes, just a buncha old beater siht, just like you, a skanky nobby kneed skinny hairy assed piece of siht! Whatsa matter, can't make enough blowing your buddies at 50 cents a suck to buy a real bike? Mine cost $3K! WTF you think I'm selling my bait bike? I was looking for a stupid demented cnut like you who thinks "oo, vintage mtb, gnarly!" and creams his panties at the thought of making a ridiculous frankenstein fixie, and that is just so fuken gaaay!

    The point is laugh at the funny postings, fine, but don't FCUKING ASSULT THE SELLERS!! I hope you and your wimpy limp dickwad friends all go face first over a 500 foot cliff and hit every rock and break every bone in your pathetic weedy bodies on the way down. And that your fcukbuddies laugh at you and leave you there to die.

    Now how does that feel?I hope you enjoyed it as much as your buddy did when he did it to me.
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    I think I missed something. CL? WTF?

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    So what he's saying is he's gonna light your country music award on fire?

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    that's some quality crazy right there
    looking for 20-21" P team

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    You know DJ, for a guy who is a "dildo", he sure spent a lot of time telling you that. If someone is a "dildo", why bother? As soon as I see an item is from budget bicycle or pbbikes, I close the tab and don't watch the auction. I tend to agree with those who say that these sales will never actually complete and soon we'll see it listed again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laffinatcha View Post
    Here's a newsflash! Nobody else gives a crap that you are self labelled experts on whatever bike or bike part SOMEONE ELSE OWNS!
    For the record, I'd like to state I actually give a crap that some of the folks here are experts on certain bikes or bike parts.

    It's nice to have people out there who, over time, have amassed knowledge and are happy to share it. It helps us learn and builds a sense of community. Some of us are happy to be set straight.

    I guess you only understand that when you have a capacity for learnin'.

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    Just wanted to let whomever grabbed this one know...

    you're damn lucky I promised my wife no more bikes for a while...


    was "this" close to hitting a bid anyway



    eBay - New & used electronics, cars, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods & more at low prices



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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoaststeve View Post
    Just wanted to let whomever grabbed this one know...

    you're damn lucky I promised my wife no more bikes for a while...


    was "this" close to hitting a bid anyway



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    Wow $300 for that sucker! That was a score for someone. Can't believe it had 19 bids but only went for that little. I have watched white freewheels go for close to that on ebay.
    Try this: HTFU

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    Nice and all, but crack smokin' pricing policy continues at this shop. I wonder how many of their items have been posted here...

    eBay - New & used electronics, cars, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods & more at low prices
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    That Litespeed has been repeatedly posted for sale since 2009. Glad to see that guy has been spending his time well.

    And for those that are wondering...no, it didn't retail for $38k.

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    Best item ever from our favorite seller?
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    Somec is like the digital Zunow
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    Comes with creepy dude.
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    HaHaHa, this one gets my "vote"


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    Am I missing something????

    I stumbled upon this on eBay this evening. Does this have ANY value...

    Slightly worn Brooks saddle


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    Kinda breaking the rules, but kinda not. Way too small for most folks, save, perhaps, GOB, (but she's too nice to yell at me)...

    I had no idea he did any MTB's, but stumbled across this cruising eBay this AM.

    Gorgeous fork, mostly crap parts, Gloria, you need a new toy?

    RARE Albert Eisentraut bike | eBay
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    Quote Originally Posted by classen View Post
    Am I missing something????

    I stumbled upon this on eBay this evening. Does this have ANY value...

    Slightly worn Brooks saddle

    Why?

    A little saddle soap and that'll buff right out ...
    Wanted: more of the same ... but different

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    Quote Originally Posted by MendonCycleSmith View Post
    Kinda breaking the rules, but kinda not. Way too small for most folks, save, perhaps, GOB, (but she's too nice to yell at me)...

    I had no idea he did any MTB's, but stumbled across this cruising eBay this AM.

    Gorgeous fork, mostly crap parts, Gloria, you need a new toy?

    RARE Albert Eisentraut bike | eBay
    Dibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Dibs.
    Can I have the high quality Tektro cable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtmartino View Post
    Can I have the high quality Tektro cable?
    For free even.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Dibs.
    Doubt it'll go big. Between the frame/fork, front hub, rear QR, the current price isn't too shabby.....
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Not really V or R, but definitely C. In the funny kind of way. Where u are...seeing is believing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.
    I ride so slow, your Garmin will shut off.

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    This lady knows a classic.

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    hmmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.vance View Post
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    Several bikes-Some classics
    Um...Im thinkin that might be Jeff in the pic.
    Seeking MB-2 Fork (19.3), Ritchey FD post silver 26.8

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    I haven't seen a chick with a mullet in like....ages.

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    LOL omg. Reno.

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    Huffy Toss...curb material.
    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    Wow!

    It's nice to know I have $1200 worth of derailleurs hanging on three bikes.

    NOS Shimano XT M739 Rear Derailleur Very Rare 8 speed SIS | eBay
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    bout time some of us hit the investments right
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff View Post
    It's nice to know I have $1200 worth of derailleurs hanging on three bikes.

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    I guess I should of bought the NOS one on craigslist for $25.00 last week.

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    They're proud of this one, judging by the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodaphuck View Post
    They're proud of this one, judging by the price.
    Well...they do say it's an awesome bike. I'm sold.
    -eric-

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    Dude, double rear suspension too.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
    And this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD5h3y0a9AU

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    Appropriately priced, but it looks like this seller hired an (uninformed) ad agency for a $50 Next!
    "The handlebars with rubber grip makes for convenient use. "

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    I like the not 1, not 2, but 3 non-drive side photos. It's like they planned it.

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    Why spend over $10,000 on a Cunningham when you could have this Ross.

    Budget Bicycle Center is clueless. Has anyone been in there? Are they really this dumb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klasse View Post
    He could buy five better bikes at Goodwill for the price of his reward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djmuff View Post
    Why spend over $10,000 on a Cunningham when you could have this Ross.
    I woulda bought it, but then they went and took $6K off the price by clamping it on the seat tube.

    You ask $14K for a bike, then go and do that to it? WTF?
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by djmuff View Post
    Why spend over $10,000 on a Cunningham when you could have this Ross.

    Budget Bicycle Center is clueless. Has anyone been in there? Are they really this dumb?

    Vintage 1987 Ross Mt McKinley Mountain Bike 22" Bicycle Shimano Deore XT #24 | eBay

    Yes....I've always wondered how they arrive at their asking prices.
    This for example:
    Vintage 1982 Schwinn Sidewinder Sierra Brown 20" Suntour Mountain Bike Bicycle | eBay

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    This one even has a video.
    mountain bike - Customized
    bb Mountain bike @ night - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barrett View Post
    Yes....I've always wondered how they arrive at their asking prices.
    This for example:
    Vintage 1982 Schwinn Sidewinder Sierra Brown 20" Suntour Mountain Bike Bicycle | eBay
    Or maybe he's a genius and really only targets uneducated buyers by creating a high price differential between his items (in store and ebay) making items that are simply overpriced seem relatively inexpensive when compared to the outrageously priced ones.

    I do this all them time at garage sales, swap meets or whatever. Have one or two items priced really high and labeled prominently and price the other items just a bit higher than "typical" and by comparison they seem cheap. 50% of the time it works all the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prefixie View Post
    50% of the time it works all the time!
    That's outstanding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    That's outstanding!
    You owe me a new keyboard - I don't think it can be recovered from the amount of coffee that came through my nose after reading that
    Wanted: more of the same ... but different

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    APPARENTLY THIS IS SOME KIND OF HANDBUILT RITCHEY 7005 MODEL THE PRICE IS A LITTLE HIGH BUT PROBABLY TOTALLY WORTH IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by ong View Post
    APPARENTLY THIS IS SOME KIND OF HANDBUILT RITCHEY 7005 MODEL THE PRICE IS A LITTLE HIGH BUT PROBABLY TOTALLY WORTH IT

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    He's not advertising it as a Ritchey. In the description he clearly states it's a Pacific. It probably has a Ritchey stem or had a Ritchey tyre at one stage of it's life.

    And besides, he's dropped the price from $50,000 to $15,000 so he can't be considered unreasonable.
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    For 15K he could at least offer shipping.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    So this was an outstanding bargain.

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    "So let's recap here:
    You asked a question.
    You got an answer.
    You proceed to make an ass out of yourself."

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    Another HUFFY Ti

    IRONMAN BY HUFFY WITH TITANIUM BORON SREEL

    this one is also Boron composite / IRONMAN

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    My father had one and from what I recall one of the decals said they were produced by Astro-Daimler. Must have been a year when the exchange rate was competitive for bringing European bikes into the US. Before the Japan invasion. Back in the days when Puegeot, Motobecane and a few other Euro road lines wer were hot in the US. But it's a road bike in a Mtn thread.
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    This bike is "murdered out" it's totally sick, check it out: SPECIALIZED!!IMMACULATE MURDERED OUT "SPECIALIZED" MOUNTAIN BIKE !

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    three whopping grand for this animal..

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    three whopping grand for this animal..

    Proflex Animal
    Well his dad paid eight grand
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    Quote Originally Posted by klasse View Post
    This bike is "murdered out" it's totally sick, check it out: SPECIALIZED!!IMMACULATE MURDERED OUT "SPECIALIZED" MOUNTAIN BIKE !
    The seller also cleaned and lubed the fork bearings, so it must be good.

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    oooo they have one here too

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    Outing: Huffy Ironman Titanium Boron Steel!

    This was too good to pass up!

    Huffy Ironman Titanium Boron Steel Mountain Bicycle Bike MTB Shimano Kalin 1999 | eBay

    Hope someone scores this, after all, it's made of Titanium Boron Steel .

    Sorry, I needed a laugh this morning, and now I have it! Carry on.

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    1-piece cranks FTW.

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    I didn't know FTW made cranks too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne View Post
    I didn't know FTW made boat anchors too
    There fixed it for you!

    For the longest time, I thought FTW meant Frank the Welder too! One of my students had to educate me on the other meaning! Guess that means I'm getting old!

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    It's not Frank, my favorite welder?

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    It says "titanium boron steel" right on it, it has to be true!
    A guy could definitely take that bike off some sweet jumps!
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    This is one BADA$$ bike!:)

    My apologies for outing this but.............it is a great ad.

    Nuke-Proof 1976 Emory Unisex Industrial Cruiser


    Nuke-Proof 1976 Emory Unisex Industrial Cruiser - $250 (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

    Date: 2012-10-02, 1:50PM PDT
    Reply to this post bc4vn-3311918003@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

    first, i'll tell you the basics about this bike, and then i'll tell ya a little story of it's history.

    it's an Emory Unisex Super Deluxe Industrial Cruiser, made in 1976 by the Aerofast bicycle corp, in Jacksonville Florida. that means USA quality.

    here's the brochure:

    hand straightened 16 ga. hi carbon steel frame with reinforcing struts mig welded and shot peened for stress relief
    superstrong step - through frame on unisex
    tig welded 16 ga. hi carbon steel fork shot peened for stress relief
    integrally welded chainguard fittings with three point attachment
    Wald balloon fenders
    heavy duty, High Flange alloy front hub
    Bendix coaster brake
    11 ga. spokes on Sun Metal Products steel rims
    Wald Handlebars, gooseneck, cranks, headset and bottom bracket, pedals and sprocket.
    Carlisle tires.

    these bikes are still made today, and cost a whopping $599.95!

    now, lemme tell ya about MY bike.

    when i was 11, i lived in Tucson, AZ in 1980, and i was riding my bmx bike around and saw this bike chained to a fence. i thought it was a crazy looking bike at the time, and there was an old nerdy guy with thick-ass glasses pulling weeds out of the front yard.

    i asked him about the bike, and he told me he took it from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Berkely (https://www.llnl.gov/about/history.html) when he left. Emory had supplied them with 200 bikes or something to ride around the place, and he snatched this one up when he went crazy and fled the place.

    the LLNL was at the forefront of building nuclear weapons in the 50's, 60's, and 70's, in case you were wondering. i dunno how much radiation this bike absorbed, but it just made it stronger.

    this old guy was pretty nutty and living a pretty secluded life in the desert, so something musta happened that drove him mad, but i didn't give a **** about that, i just wanted the bike.

    as luck would have it, he had "removed" 2 bikes from the LLNL, one male, and this unisex bike. this one was for his wife, and she left him, so he didn't want it anymore.

    so i got a deal on it. i don't even remember how much i paid. at the time, it was probably a lot of money for an 11 year old.

    the bike was pretty beat up lookin, as it'd been sitting in the desert for a while, but it cleaned up good. the rims were already spray-painted black (as well as the nipples, in that "**** masking tape!" method popular at the time.

    i dunno what happened to the old guy, but i kept the bike for a long time. moved to orange county soon after that, and rode this bike everywhere.

    got hit by cars twice on it, and nothing happened (to the bike, anyway. me and the cars suffered some damage...)

    i've had a shitload of bad ass bikes in my life, and still do, but i've always loved this bike. it's still got the same innertubes in it. and it HUMS when you ride down the street. seriously, it's like "HMMMMMMMMM i'm so happy to roll along HMMMMMMMM" it makes you smile, especially when your drunk.

    speaking of riding around drunk, this bike's awesome for it, because you can't hurt it. curbs? **** curbs. curbs don't exist in this bike's vocabulary. curbs are just little bumps. up or down, don't matter. this bike has been ridden by so many drunk people it's like a taxi cab. never complains, always there when you call it, and goes straight, even if you can't.

    which brings us to why i'm selling it.

    i moved from costa mesa to westminster about a year ago, and i hadn't been riding it much, and my roommate in CM needed a bike to ride, so i let him borrow it. he wasn't the most responsible guy, but he was alright.

    so i'm over there the other day for a bbq, and there's my bike, in the backyard, rotting away, orange paint all oxidized, tires flat, and ****ING UNLOCKED! it ain't the most secure of houses, and there's drunken party goers there all the time, and this one of a kind motherf'en bike is just sitting there waiting for some drumcircle sitting, hackey sack playin white guy with dreadlocks freak to ride it away.

    F that. this bike didn't survive nuclear radiation at the test lab, the harsh desert of tucson, and my drunken ass evel kneivel impressions for 36 ****en years to wind up with bathtub flowers stuck all over it and abandoned at burningman covered in the stench of patchouli oil. no freakin' way!

    so once again, i brought it home, cleaned it up again, and rode it around for a few days. it's still got that little hop in the back wheel, the tires still hum, and it's a goddamn great motherf'en bike.

    but i just don't have time to enjoy it. riding it once a month isn't enough for this bike. it likes getting punished. it likes torn up chicks with crappy tattoos riding on the handlebars. it likes smashing into cars and running over rollerbladers.

    so buy it. it's freakin awesome.

    and, you better fuken lock it up.

    oh, and if you ever want to sell it, give me first dibs. like i said, i love this bike...

    and you may think 250 is a lot for a beat up cruiser, but that's because you don't know anything. i'm not going on sentimental value, i'm going on an american made product, built to last through any zombie apocalypse, through the second coming of christ, and the end of the mayan calender. a motherf'ing asteroid could make a direct hit at a million miles an hour on this bike and you could still ride it to get some smokes...

    call, text, Baird at 714-614-3750 anytime.

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    Must have this bike.

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    Dont really care for the bike, doesnt really look like anything special to my eyes, love the story though....lololol.
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    The story IS the bike!

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    " BIKE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND WAS BARELY RIDDEN. I'M 100% POSITIVE THAT IT HAS LESS THAN 100 MILES ON IT"

    Ha Ha! You be the judge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barrett View Post
    " BIKE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND WAS BARELY RIDDEN. I'M 100% POSITIVE THAT IT HAS LESS THAN 100 MILES ON IT"

    Ha Ha! You be the judge.

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    Almost makes me want to buy a Trek, if only so I can b*tch strip it and run over the frame with a bulldozer in front of the corporate offices.....
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MendonCycleSmith View Post
    Almost makes me want to buy a Trek, if only so I can b*tch strip it and run over the frame with a bulldozer in front of the corporate offices.....
    C'mon man, don't hold back, let it out ... let it all out and tell us how you really feel
    Wanted: more of the same ... but different

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCMDoc View Post
    let it all out and tell us how you really feel
    I dunno, if I did that, I might end up in jail
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barrett View Post
    " BIKE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND WAS BARELY RIDDEN. I'M 100% POSITIVE THAT IT HAS LESS THAN 100 MILES ON IT"

    Ha Ha! You be the judge.

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    Actually, looking at that bike put a smile on my face. For some reason, it seems so satisfying to see a bike that has been ridden into the ground. It is super depressing to see one that was left outside to rot. But, when all the life has been lovingly squeezed from it? Freakin awesome! That bike can tell some seriously awesome stories Most bikes seem to get sold before their life is totally up, because people seem to outgrow the components before they are worn (or, latest/ greatest shinies catch their attention).

    Haha, what an awesome thread idea! I am going to check if there already is one, and revive it. Otherwise, I am gonna make one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikemaya View Post
    Actually, looking at that bike put a smile on my face. For some reason, it seems so satisfying to see a bike that has been ridden into the ground. It is super depressing to see one that was left outside to rot. But, when all the life has been lovingly squeezed from it? Freakin awesome! That bike can tell some seriously awesome stories Most bikes seem to get sold before their life is totally up, because people seem to outgrow the components before they are worn (or, latest/ greatest shinies catch their attention).

    Haha, what an awesome thread idea! I am going to check if there already is one, and revive it. Otherwise, I am gonna make one
    Just imagine what's on the bike rack.
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    Can someone explain the purpose of this Campy pneumatic saddle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by classen View Post
    Can someone explain the purpose of this Campy pneumatic saddle?

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    Umm, that's obviously for taking your blood pressure while riding, everyone knows that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nemhed View Post
    Umm, that's obviously for taking your blood pressure while riding, everyone knows that!
    THAT'S where you're supposed to take a blood pressure???

    Damn, I've been doing it wrong all these years ...
    Wanted: more of the same ... but different

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    Once a bike sits on CL for a week, is it fair game to out it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boy named SSue View Post
    Once a bike sits on CL for a week, is it fair game to out it?
    no. unless it's priced under a BBC pricing strategy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    no. unless it's priced under a BBC pricing strategy.
    Fair enough. So now that it's gone, who got that *****in' pink and silver 'comfort bike' from the San Diego craigslist?

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    oooh! The Ibis?! Yeah, who got it?!!

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