Classic & Vintage - Campy Lever Id help.
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12-26-06, 04:17 PM
Can someone help me identify these Campagnolo brake levers, like what group they are from, maybe an age range. I don't have any bikes with campy stuff and really don't have a clue. As you can see from the pics they have grey anodized housings and drilled blades, they say Brev Campagnolo on the back of the part that clamps to the bar and Brev Camp in the pivot where the cable end goes. http://users.aol.com/amnomad/lever2.jpg
Thanks in advance!
All I know is that they are pretty. Very pretty
12-26-06, 04:29 PM
Super Record, circa the '80's.
I concur with the good Dr., Super Record. First produced in 1974 ending in 1987. I don't know enough to pinpoint it any better.
12-26-06, 05:21 PM
Thanks Dr. D, I just took a flyer on them on ebay last week, were advertised as "Champagnolo" brake levers and only had a couple minutes left. So I got them for $16.5 + shipping, now all I need is some $65 hoods LOL.
12-26-06, 06:49 PM
I concur. Without a doubt, Super Record.
12-26-06, 06:57 PM
""So I got them for $16.5 + shipping, now all I need is some $65 hoods LOL.""
You got a good deal. SR levers look good with no hoods at all but you can get white or black used Campy rubber hoods on eBay for around $20 a pair. Now you just need the SR calipers which I suspect will set you back a bit more than $16.50. Victory/GS calipers can be had for around $40.
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