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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:05 pm 
Dirt Disciple
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Joined: Tue Sep 06, 2011 8:39 pm
Posts: 98
Location: Wiltshire, UK
Still for sale, pictures here: ... /Retrobike

Asking prices include postage to UK mainland - please contact me via DM for international shipping.

Cateye CC7000 circa 1989-1990.

Great working condition, new battery:

£10 delivered to the UK mainland

Campagnolo Khamsins

These are [I think] 2011 spec with the G3 spoke pattern at the rear. Freehub is Campagnolo. Great condition, little used - but note slight damage to one skewer. I'd like to keep the tyres pictured, but will put a pair of Vittoria Rubino's (used) on that I have spare, so they are ready to roll once you've added the cassette.

Not that light, but good and rigid - a nice pair of winter wheels.

£75 delivered to the UK mainland

Gazelle A Frame - 1978.

Need help from the good folk of Retrobike. This is a lovely frame, just a little bigger than my ideal size. I'll keep it if doesn't sell!
For an A frame it has plenty of options ticked - braze ons for gear lever bosses, top tube brake cable guide etc. It's had a factory respray in the mid 80s to the current scheme - Amstel team colours. It's a 60cm centre to top - about 58 centre to centre. 120mm rear spacing, standard (in Campagnolo terms) rear brake drop, shallow at the front. British threads.

I need to hold on the pictured headset, bottom bracket and rear brake cable.

£140 delivered to the UK will prize it from me!

Raleigh Gran Sport 1982.

Again a lovely frame that I have posted before. I'm caught a little by having spent too much on it. It does have the odd chip and scratch - as ever the pics make it look worse than it is. The most noticeable flaws `in the flesh' are the down tube chip (2nd to last picture) and the small amount of `bubbling' around the BB (last and 2nd from last pictures).

The forks are newly re chromed.

It's an '82, so the interesting one with the Vitus ends and under BB gear cable routing that came with needs rear mech `outer' cable sections.

I'll swap out the current Campag seat pin bolt for the original TA version.

Like the Gazelle it's a 23.5" (60cm) centre to top. 126mm rear spacing.


£165 with the (NOS) Gran Sport headset or £130 without, both shipped to the UK.

Thanks for looking!

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