First up: a very nice restored 1976 California Masi built by legendary framebuilder Mario Confente as an example of his craftsmanship. It has been restored by noted builder Brian Bayliss and can be purchased from its current owner in North Carolina for US $12,500, including a lot of nice Masi memorabilia. Shipping worldwide is a reasonable and very specific US$ 495.07.
If this bicycle is too recent for your tastes or you prefer classic randonneuring, E-Bay will not let you down as there is an excellent unrestored 1973 Rene Herse classic available today and the auction price of US$14,750 not only buys you this rare piece of French craftsmanship but also includes two tickets to the 2015 Colorado Bike Expo. The shipping cost of US$900 gives one pause, however.
These bicycles are the price of an excellent used car but for those with more elevated ambitions, here is a bicycle that costs the price of an excellent new car but is a lot less practical. It is one of multiple Tour de France winner Miguel Indurain's Pinarello time trial bikes and dates to the first half of the 1992 season. Apparently Big Mig likes to hold onto his bicycles so it is unusual to come on the market. Even if not ridden at the Tour, it seems like a bargain to me at US$74,999. Happily shipping is only US$1!
There has been a tradition in stories or movies of having a bright-eyed child unwrapping a shiny new two-wheeler on Christmas morning. Think of the thrill that one of these would bring!