Old Ned wrote:
Gran Compe was a Dia Compe model range with Weinmann-esq side caliper stirrups (ref GC-500N) and levers with rubber hoods and drilled levers (ref GC-160).
They'll be fine for an 80's period restoration, especially if you have the rubber hoods as, generally speaking, period hoods are now like the proverbial rocking-horse dung!
However, if you have Campagnolo stirrups, then matching levers are a must!
Looks like I'm in for an epic up the loft then. I have a selection of old brake parts and I'm sure the ones on the bike originally were black DiaCompe. The levers and hoods appear to be new.
Today's mood... Middling, middling to poor.