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PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2012 11:21 am 
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Hello

I have for sale NEW Road frame Jan Janseen Super Prestige, Tour de France 1968.

Equipement/technical data:

-Size of frame: 59cm/ 23,22inch. Space from seat post to head set (top tube, from center to center of tubes): 56cm/ 22 inch. The frame is made of steel.
-head set: 1"
-Stem: Aluminum Alloy, lenght 90mm, insert 22,2mm
-Bar: road, made of steel
-fork: original
-brakes: Shimano Tourney
crank: 52-42 teeth - SR Sakae, lenght of arms: 171,5mm, mounting - quarter
-Saddle: Made of leather
-seat post - made of steel
-derailleurs: Shimano Titlist
-chain: Sedis, France
-shift levers: Shimano
-Brake levers: Shimano
-Bottom bracket: ball bearings

The bike has got fenders - they are damaged.
Under saddle are pedals with noses ALE and white belts.

The frame is NEW - it's old thing - therefore it is a little rusty.

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Price: 375 Euro


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2012 11:32 am 
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That looks nice, maybe a little overpriced, but everything finds it's own level, price wise.

A couple of things I notice are:
1) the headtube has been re-touched where the downtube joins it.
2) the rear dropouts have, at some point, been repainted, and badly at that. I initially thought the whole back end had been repainted, but I see from the one other I can find on Google Images that they *may* have been supplied like that.
3) in common with your previous sale posts there is no clear picture of the down tube at the head tube end, so it is not clear if it has ever been crashed. I am not saying you are trying to hide anything, far from it. It would help though id you could take a picture of the downtube from underneath, or directly side on. Moving the gear shifters would help greatly too as otherwise it looks like you are trying to use them to hide damage (again not inferring anything, just saying it as it looks)

It's my size, but not my cup of tea.

GLWS


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:47 pm 
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Location: Lanarkshire, Bonnie Scotchland
thought I'd found a l erocia bike for my mate there, it's nice but a bit pricey

GL


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 9:42 am 
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Sorry guys. Ideas abuot crash hideing (demages) this is not a place for this... but thanks for carefull watch my Jan anyway ;)

Regards dawid


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