[CR]1984 3v and first generation 1989 cyclocross for sale. :)


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Date: Sat, 08 Oct 2005 15:51:36 -0400
From: "Danegeld" <danegeld@gte.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>, "'Phil Graham'" <phil@secondowner.com>
Thread-index: AcXMQbDiPU9qJKLaT7WhDCBUqHo+VA==
Subject: [CR]1984 3v and first generation 1989 cyclocross for sale. :)

Greetings

I have a 1984 3v with full c-record that I'd like to sell for $1500 or best offer. I took the bikes to Village Bikes 7388 s Tamiami Trail Sarasota FL 34231 (if anyone can give me more details about this bike I'd love to receive them. 150 http://www.villagephotos.com/pubbrowse.asp?folder_id=1477421 pictures of the two bikes

And spoke with Steve who actually was pretty excited about the 3v "if it was my size I'd buy it" he said.

here is what I learned from Steve:

the Masi 3V has compy delta brakes (58cm) is the size campy c-record headset campy c-record hubs,crankset,seat post Modolo bar/stem (130MM) Lambda strada rims it's straight and true and everything is working as intended including that little computer thingy

they are also cleaning the bike and professionally crating them so they are ready for shipment (likely be done about mon~tue)

not sure if this is the right place but hopefully you will allow me to mention that I have this available as well

THE 1989 Botteccia cyclocross Id like to get $800 for this but will consider offers

its 19" in size 52?

campy Alfa XL rims campy record hubs shimano XT front rear derailers salsa stem 150mm

it's straight and true and everything on it is working as intended

It's apparently an uncommon bike that has components that were only made one or two years. It's in good working order but here it's going to take some work to restore it. On the other hand you can just ride and enjoy it as is. (ever see campy grip shifters?)

Both bikes are currently being cleaned up and made ready for shipment email me with any questions but for technical details you may wish to call Steve directly. I am selling the whole bike and no I will not part them out.

Thanks guys :-)