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    For Sale McMahon MCR Power-Link Scissor Brake w/ Booster Plate: Black (Almost NOS!)

    A nearly unused (or perhaps even a take off?) example of the early 1990's McMahon Racing Components PowerLink Scissor brake, complete with the optional McMahon Racing brake booster plate. This brake is the stuff of legends. It is claimed to be the most powerful mountain bike rim brake around...
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    Wanted WTB: Ad Hoc or Zefal Frame Pump from 1940's / 1950's

    WTB: 1950's French pump: Ad-Hoc or Zefal Course/Duralum preferred, open to other period correct options. My pump pegs on the Rene Herse are 465mm apart at the tips, so I need a pump that measures no more than 465mm FULLY compressed and likely up to ~485mm relaxed. I don't plan to use a pump...
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    Wanted Seeking: Two 1970's Racing Saddles- Unicanitor - Concor - Black or Dark Brown

    I'm seeking saddles and bar tape for a 79 masi gran criterium and a ~1974 Colnago Super. My first thought is leather covered Unicanitor or an early San Marco Concor Supercorsa, but I'm open to other period correct black saddles (Turbo, Regal, Rolls all post 1980 and too late) Whatcha got? Cash...
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    For Sale 1950's Bianchi Campione Del Mondo: 58cm - Restored! Magistroni 5-Pin 1st Universal 51-Campy-Celeste

    Rare opportunity to own a restored and fully rideable top level 1950's Bianchi racing bicycle at an attainable price, in the right shade of Celeste! This is a true piece of history, with a lot of legends attached to it. It would be a killer L'Eroica bike to draw the stares, or to take to bike...
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    For Sale MOVED To Retro ---1950's Bianchi Campione Del Mondo: 58cm - Restored! Magistroni 5-Pin 1st Universal 51-Campy-Celeste

    I went overboard on the description and posted 80+ photos, this is just a summary. Click the link here for more pics & all the details! **MANY more photos, HERE**...
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    Custom Nuovo Record Long Cage: Frank Spivey?

    I acquired this rad super long cage a bit ago, and can't seem to track down origins. It measures 123mm bolt to bolt. It does look suspiciously like Frank Spivey's front derailleur fixture (third pic). It's not a Spence Wolf Alpine. Does anyone recognize it? Justyne Zella Rayne...
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