I'm new to this forum. It was suggested to me as a good resource.
I have a 1974 Raleigh International that belonged to my late wife. It is too small for me to ride , so I am looking to find it a new owner/rider.
I am confused by the pricing I have seen for this model bike. Seems to be a huge range of values. Could someone please give me an accurate idea of what this bike is worth? Thanks
1974 Raleigh International
Original one-owner bike.
Recent eBay sale of another 1974 Raleigh International was at $2500 plus $175 shipping.
1974 Raleigh International Bicycle 23 5 034 Copper Near Original Condition | eBay
frame Reynolds 531 Chromoly, Carlton, Raleigh International
top tube length 52 cm
seat tube length from center of bottom bracket 51 cm to top of top tube and 53 cm to top of seat tube
seat post Campagnolo 27.2 with two bolt seat attachment
seat post fastener hex nut
pedals Campagnolo (Brev. Campagnolo)
toe clips Christopher Special Brevete AFA made in France
crank arm Campagnolo 165 Strada
chain rings Campagnolo 43 and 52
front derailleur Campagnolo (Brev. Campagnolo)
rear derailleur Campagnolo Nuovo Record
axils and quick release Campagnolo (Brev. Camp)
headset Italy Brev. Campagnolo
rims Weinmann 36 hole 27 X 1-1/4 made in Belgium
brakes Weinmann 610 Vanqueur 999
brake levers Weinmann
brake lever covers Carlton
brake cable guide front chrome with no name or marking
brake cable guides rear brazed on
shifters Sun Tour
shifter cable guide upper Sun Tour
shifter cable guide lower Campagnolo
quick release skewers Campagnolo and Brev. Camp.
tire pump Impero
saddle bag Cannondale