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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 6:02 pm 
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Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Unfortunately, I've got to sell my Vitus 979 as I'm leaving the country next week. I'm asking for £440 or best offer.

The frame is 54cm and built up with some terrific components.

Campagnolo:
Brakes
Brake levers
Front and Rear derailleurs
Fluted seatpost

Cinelli bars and stem

The crankset is a beautiful vintage SR.

Selle San Marco Rolls saddle.

Frame is in good condition. Wheels are Pete Matthews Pianni and in fair condition but have some great Continental gatorskin tubs that will take all the glass in the roads of Glasgow like a piece of cake. They hold their pressure remarkably and have great traction.

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Vitus 979 by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Cassette and rear derailleur by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Front derailleur by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Seatpost and saddle by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Side view by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Rear view by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Front wheel and handlebars by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Brake and seatstays by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Cinelli bars and stem by theJacksonJive, on Flickr

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Crankset and chainline by theJacksonJive, on Flickr


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 8:57 pm 
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Location: Cumbria
Very nice and should sell :) if you decide to split I'll take the SR chainset :)

GLWTS


Shaun

PS the GS campag brake adjusters are upside down.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:29 pm 
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Location: Birch, Essex, UK
Midlife wrote:
Shaun

PS the GS Campag brake adjusters are upside down.


No doubt the bike is more aerodynamic that way.


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