Thanks for the replies and sorry about the photo size!
I'm better at finding bikes than using a computer.....
I am going to try to add some more and better photo's over the weekend but have attached the Campagnolo sticker shot for you to see.
The chap I got this from insisted that it was from the team and not the one you could buy. Any way of checking? There are no other marks or stamps that could prove anything just the Campagnolo sticker and the 'non retail' style paint job.
If it has the 'SB' number then it is a stock frame built at the ilkeston factory. It will have the SB number on one side of the shell and the frame size on the other. These are the frames that were built and sold to the general public. Team rider frames had the rider initials and the numbers indicating which frame from a certain year it was e.g. HL 2-77
No such thing as a"stock"frame.
The TI-Raleigh paint scheme (along with Raleigh/Weinmann) was widely promoted by the SBDU as late as 1985 when I ordered my frameset from Ilkeston.
Nothing special about the Campagnolo transfer - I have an identical one on my tool box, and half a dozen new ones in my collection of transfers.
The Service Des Courses frameset is one of a few"styles available from the SBDU.
Genuine team frames (being those built for a team member) will have an identifier on the bracket shell - although mine is not a team frame I requested a unique"identifier"on my frame.
Co-founder of a V-CC section, member South Eastern Road Club and owner of - 2005 Bianchi Reparto Corse (modern), 1985 Raleigh SBDU Pro Super, 1984 Raleigh LU Corsa, 1980 Allin Stan Butler Special, 1978 Ron Cooper, 2 x 1970s Roberts, 1975 Bill Philbrook tourer, 1966 Raleigh Superbe Roadster 1964 Allin Stan Butler Special Belgique, 1951 Hobbs of Barbican S/C, 1950 Hobbs of Barbican S/C, 1947 Hetchins Super Special, 1908 Centaur Featherweight.