For Sale 1969 Holdsworth road bike. Campagnolo, cinellii, weinmann, brooks etc

Tempusfugit

Retro Newbie
This is my dads bike - he’s only selling as he’s moving to Australia. He bought the frame direct from Holdsworth around 1969 and built the bike with quality parts.

It’s always been garages but needs cleaning, has wear and some rust you can see in the pictures. Could be brought back to life beautifully. Cinelli handlebars and other lovely parts.

See the images for frame size. My dad is 6ft2

Pick up in Eastbourne, East Sussex.

Looking for £350 ono

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sjcprojects

Retro Guru
This is just my opinion, obviously, but this bike definitely needs a full strip-down restoration, so I'd say £300 is quite a bit over what it's worth, I'm afraid. You're limited to a buyer who want to take on a fairly big project, and even on here (where people are indeed willing to do that sort of thing) that's only likely to be the case if 1) It's a rare bike (which this isn't, as far as I know) or 2) It's cheap as chips.
 

Tempusfugit

Retro Newbie
Thanks for your replies. If anyone wants to make me an offer that is more realistic please send me a message. Thanks, kira
 
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