Just dug out my one of these and thinking of starting to restore it! Hope it ends up looking as shiny!
Did you have much trouble sourcing bits? I am thinking that modern parts will be different standard sizes
You'd best get busy with the T Cut then! lol.
Bear in mind that the majority of the bits on that bike have been on it since I built it in 1989/90. If you're thinking of using modern bits I have a complete 8 speed Shimano 2300 groupset in the garage with a pair of retro looking Araya wheels from my Raleigh Airlite 100 winter bike. The components have done approximately 10.2 miles...that would be 10 miles with the previous owner who decided very quickly he didn't like road bikes and 0.2 miles on a jaunt down the road and back to make sure it was the right size before I bought it!
Like this but with an FSA crankset - http://www.barangbike.com/274-1150-larg ... oupset.jpg
The back end on your frame would be 126mm, whereas this will need 130mm, it's simple just to spread the stays apart as you fit the rear wheel, there's no need to go to the trouble of 'cold setting' it really. You'd also need some downtube cable stops but these are easy to find.
Let me know if you're interested in the groupset and wheels.
1989 Raleigh 531C Race
1990 Raleigh Dynatech Castorama replica
1991 Raleigh Dynatech Lo Pro TT
2012 Raleigh Airlite Campagnolo Centaur 10 speed
2013 CYFAC Proxidium Campag Athena 11 Speed
2013 Team Europcar Colnago C59 KoM edition