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PostPosted: Wed May 12, 2010 10:34 am 
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I am coming near the core of my collection now, but the cleaning goes on.

- Each frame is simply in very good condition or shows the right level of honest patina. The later means of course nothing severe, but only signs of use or age that many among us appreciate so much. Take a look at the many pics to inform yourself.
- Each Gazelle frame comes with two Gazelle bar plugs.

In case you would you have Q's and are in need of more information, feel free to ask.


Gazelle Champion Mondial AA-frame, 65cm

Gazelle's the top of the line pro level frame during the 70s. Of course with those typical AA-frame characteristics like Roto Italy bottom bracket and ‘X’ chainstay bridge. Chromed fork and tail.

Seattube 65cm c-t
Toptube 585mm
Rear spacing 120mm
Serial# 3203607

Looking for 215 GBP shipped Sold

Many pics of this AA-frame

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Gazelle Champion Mondial A-frame, 64cm

Beautifull 'golden' example of Gazelle’s all season race frame. Ready for fenders and wide tires. The frame used by many TI Raleigh team members during their winter trainings.

Seattube 64cm c-t
Toptube 580mm
Serial# 3273101

Looking for 200 GBP shipped

Many pictures of this A-frame

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70s Gazelle Champion Mondial, 56cm

Together with a former Gazelle employee we came to the conclusion that it is not a particular model, but a frame made to specifications. Neat build quality. Refinished at some point. The coat is a quality coat with nice gloss. Chromed Zeus crown fork.

Seattube 56cm c-t
Toptube 550mm
Rear spacing 125mm
Serial# 3250866 (hand stamped)

Looking for 210 GBP shipped Sold

View all pics of this Gazelle

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Batavus Professional, 55cm + Batavus team jersey

Rare Batavus Professional in team paint. The frame used by Batavus' own racing team in the early/mid 80s. Built using 531, Bocama long points, Cinelli aero crown, Dardanne ‘open’ bb shell and Campag dropouts. There is a race number braze on present under the top tube.

Comes with:
- Batavus team jersey
- Spidel – Stronglight needle bearing headset

Seattube 55cm c-t
Toptube 555mm
Rear spacing 126mm
Serial# 5478
Jersey is Size 6

Looking for 320 GBP shipped

Many Professional Team pics

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Gazelle Champion Mondial Mixte, 56cm

Beautifull Champion Mondial(!) mixte-frame with all the characteristics you can expect from a Champion Mondial: 531DB, Bocama long points and Campag dropouts. Headtube in contrasting colour.

Comes with:
- Speeder Road Champion headset
- Tange Industries bottom bracket

Seattube 56cm c-t
Toptube 540mm
Rear spacing 120mm
Serial# 3205884

Looking for 175 GBP shipped Sold

View the many pics of this CM Mixte

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Gazelle AA.653 Triathlon, 54cm

Very rare AA.653 Triathlon frame. This was no small series production, but a special. Entirely built by one man and it must be among the most rare and pricey frames that ever left the Gazelle frame building shop. This early 90s frame is built using great quality materials like Reynolds 653 tubing, Cinelli bb shell and Silva Skema drop outs.

Seattube 54cm c-t
Toptube 500mm
Rear spacing 130mm
Serial# 3309552

Looking for 285 GBP shipped

All AA.653 pictures

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Packaging will be done with utmost care using foam tubing and everything will into a sturdy bike box.


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PostPosted: Wed May 12, 2010 11:02 am 
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Man, that Batavus is just georgeous! 8)
Good luck with sale,


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PostPosted: Wed May 12, 2010 1:38 pm 
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2 gazelles for giants! almost nos, sweet... though none of these is in my size.


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PostPosted: Tue May 18, 2010 11:44 am 
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PostPosted: Tue May 18, 2010 1:24 pm 
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The Gazelle A-frame was used for my winter training bike between 1987 and 1992; Very responsive and a great ride. Easy to fit full mudguards.

Eventually sold it on eBay with the sales pitch of .... 'Buy the frame that Peter Post & Jan Raas froze their arses on!....


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 01, 2010 4:21 pm 
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Up soon:

Gazelle Stayerfiets !


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 2:20 pm 
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Batavus...damn gorgeous..


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Hey I am intereted in the gazelle triathlon frame! Looking for a vintage gazelle frame for a fixie project but problem is I am quite short so max ct 54cm! Would it be possible to see more pictures!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 9:53 pm 
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Monique,

Above the large picture you find a pic link.

Not to offend you, but I am not sure whether I would be willing to sell for fixie purpose. Could you please be more specific on how the frame's live will look as your fixie?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 5:25 pm 
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Hehe :)

Thinking about running your reply in my signature, sounds funny :)


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