Discussion in 'Vintage and Classic Bikes' started by woodbutcher, 6 Mar 2018.
I epoxy'd it and used it on the turbo. Worked alright and with a bit more care would have looked ok.
All that may well be true, but if everyone thinks the same and it goes for £174 you will be kicking yourself.
I would be surprised if it went for less than double that figure
£250...so is it or
Im happy !!
Very handsome looking machine. If all carbons looked like this one does, I wouldn't have such a dislike for them. £250 doesn't seem too outrageous to me, I'd imagine in today's money it was a very expensive bike when new. Compare that to a basic new commuter type machine from Halfords/Decathlon etc for similar money, and I know what I'd rather have......
I see it went for €282 in the end.
Yep it went for 282 Euros (not pounds) thats approx. £ 250. And it was little old me that bought it. I just hope l like it when l ride it
Of course you will be positive
I don't know why lm going on about currency exchange rates....what l meant to say is "I dipped my bead in"
it would be better if you dipped your bread in
That’s great, good for you @woodbutcher. Good price too I’d say. It’s a lovely bike and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it and the extra kudos of the Lemond name. Make sure you give us an appraisal once you’ve ridden it.
Quite right, for some reason dipping your bead in sounds a bit rude, perhaps its my filthy mind !!
Certainly will do, you'll probably be begging me to shut up about it before I'm done. By the way is the riders name Lemond or LeMond ? Ive seen it written both ways.
The bike arrived today so l sent a message to the seller to thank him. His name is Christophe Dumoulin and as a real bonus he is a family member of Samuel Dumoulin who rides for AGR Mondiale , a bit of reflected glory
Separate names with a comma.