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  1. #1
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    Default Old 10 speed to move on.Sydney.

    I have an Oxford 10 speed. Have had it at work to get around the campus but as I have just retired I sure don't need it under foot in the shed.
    I got it from a mate about 35 years ago and it was an old bike then.
    27 inch steel rims,side pull brakes, steel cranks etc.
    Was resprayed red and now has some flat bars and old mtb brake levers and pedals fitted. Still have the drop bars and levers.
    I also have a double butted chrome moly frame kit and shimano gears etc for a mtb I was going to build back in '84. Bought it from Ibis in California.
    Never happened and the tubing is now a bit rusted the gears etc are still in the boxes.
    Any ideas on where to sell this sort of stuff?
    Any interest?
    H.

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    You could try some of the cycling forums in their buy and sell sections or of course Ebay. Just because you have retired, doesn't mean to say you shouldn't be still riding.

    Foo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foo View Post
    You could try some of the cycling forums in their buy and sell sections or of course Ebay. Just because you have retired, doesn't mean to say you shouldn't be still riding.

    Foo
    Still ride a bit as creaky joints allow. Too many motorbike and skiing incidents in my youth. Have a mtb and sub that I'll be keeping.
    H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clear out View Post
    Any ideas on where to sell this sort of stuff?
    Sorry if I sound harsh but it sounds like the sort of thing that folk place on their verge for council pick up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL View Post
    Sorry if I sound harsh but it sounds like the sort of thing that folk place on their verge for council pick up?
    See that's where you're wrong, as some of this stuff can be worth very good money.

    Foo

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