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Old 06-02-09, 05:38 PM   #1551
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Old 06-02-09, 06:26 PM   #1552
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Campag record hubs laced to Ambrosio Durex Super Professional tubular rims. 700c, 36h. These are used but in good shape. I recently cleaned them up and repacked the hubs.



Arc-en-ciel Super Champion rimset, 700c, 36h. These are really light (<350 grams) and in good shape. There is some glue residue, but they are round and flat.


Mavic MA-40 rim, 32 h. Used, good shape.

Suntour bar-end shifters.


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Old 06-02-09, 06:31 PM   #1553
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Old 06-02-09, 07:41 PM   #1554
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Old 06-03-09, 12:31 PM   #1555
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I, BaNjO mOlE, aM lOoKiNg FoR

(1) One black English roadster. 3-speed. Fenders, chainguard, maybe even a dynamo.

Y'know, like a 60's ish Raleigh Sports...



Like that, but littler...

A little size. PM me!
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Old 06-03-09, 04:30 PM   #1556
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(1) One black English roadster. 3-speed. Fenders, chainguard, maybe even a dynamo.

Y'know, like a 60's ish Raleigh Sports...


Like that, but littler...

A little size. PM me!
There's a black Raleigh at the local flea market with rod brakes.....
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Old 06-03-09, 04:56 PM   #1557
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Old 06-03-09, 08:05 PM   #1558
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Have: Campy Pedals: They need a little clean up but have nice smooth bearings
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Want (need): Straight and useable alloy rim 26" mountain bike wheel for an older 7 speed Scott Sawtooth.
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Old 06-03-09, 09:04 PM   #1559
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Have: Campy Pedals: They need a little clean up but have nice smooth bearings
Urgent, frantic, wild, and enthusiastic PM sent. Have rims, have hubs, builds wheels, will ship.

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Old 06-03-09, 09:57 PM   #1560
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I'm sure Kurt took care of all your needs already, but if not... Ultegra hub, Salsa rim, pm me.
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Old 06-03-09, 10:06 PM   #1561
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I, BaNjO mOlE, aM lOoKiNg FoR

(1) One black English roadster. 3-speed. Fenders, chainguard, maybe even a dynamo.

Y'know, like a 60's ish Raleigh Sports...



Like that, but littler...

A little size. PM me!

Man, I just sold a tiny1958 Phillips 3 speed for $25.00.... It even had the cool chain ring!
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Old 06-04-09, 01:00 AM   #1562
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(1) One black English roadster. 3-speed. Fenders, chainguard, maybe even a dynamo.

Y'know, like a 60's ish Raleigh Sports...



Like that, but littler...

A little size. PM me!
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There's a black Raleigh at the local flea market with rod brakes.....
What size and how much is it? You know, the details, if you could. If not, I can probably acquire something closer than Florida... Ecch... Ticks. I just found one crawlin' on my neck.

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Man, I just sold a tiny1958 Phillips 3 speed for $25.00.... It even had the cool chain ring!
And that sounds like exactly the sort of thing I was looking for. Really old, really tiny, really 3-speeded, really $25... Steal it back from him and I'll pay you shipping + $45.

It sounds cool, though. If you have some pictures of it, please put 'em up to sate my curiosity.

-Nick

Edit: Nevermind, found it's thread, flickr pics gone but oh well.
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Old 06-04-09, 01:32 AM   #1563
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Here it was the way I got it... some consolation, it was pretty crusty (cat pee maybe?) the fork was bent back a little. The hub was also a crappy SW model, only made for a couple years but somehow I keep finding them....





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Old 06-04-09, 10:26 AM   #1564
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Well, my one consolation point is that it itsn't black and I'm looking for a black one... But...

I won't lie. Under the dirt and dust, with careful cleanup, that's a flippin' gorgeous bike waiting to appear.

If the fork was just bent back, I'd have considered trying to straighten it. (Bad idea, I know) but picture 2 shows the damage you mentioned on the thread that didn't get much notice, it does look like multiple damage spot stuff...

Keep an eye open for me, yeah?

But you know what? I'm looking through these pictures again, and damn. That is a tasty 50's bike. !

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Old 06-04-09, 10:32 AM   #1565
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Sure will. You should post a WTB ad in craigslist, that is how that guy got the Phillips from me.
You never know
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Old 06-04-09, 10:54 AM   #1566
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I, BaNjO mOlE, aM lOoKiNg FoR

(1) One black English roadster. 3-speed. Fenders, chainguard, maybe even a dynamo.

Y'know, like a 60's ish Raleigh Sports...



Like that, but littler...

A little size. PM me!
You could do like I did and build your own. Found a frame on e-Bay for almost nothing and had it stripped
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Old 06-04-09, 11:14 AM   #1567
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Sure will. You should post a WTB ad in craigslist, that is how that guy got the Phillips from me.
You never know
I have, (twice on each now) but all I got from both (my city is between two large ones) was a single email from a guy who had one he'd sell me for $20.

When he realized I was actually interested, he told me there were no handlebars or stem.

I told him I could replace those. When did he want to meet up?

He never replied.

My day off, I write him, ready to buy it, go to the store for handlebars, and ride it around happily in circles. The e-mail reply:

"uhh sorry i asked my grandma and its hers and she didnt want to sell it"

So.

Yep. Besides, varsities go for $150 here. My CL isn't chep, it's a lot of people trying to make money fast. Not people trying to free up space. *sigh* But I continue this quest.

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Your bike came out great, man! Does it have a thread here on bikeforums? Now, did you just buy the frame, then get the hub and clipon parts, and cottered cranks? Or how'd you go about it?

It came out really well, but I do think I'd like to buy a finished one. All my bikes are refinishes, restorations, etc, and I really want something legit. You know, so I can say, "yeah, this is my Phillips- from 1958! Something about a nice slow bike from pre-1980 appeals to me.

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Old 06-04-09, 11:32 AM   #1568
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Nick,

Here's a link to the thread on my bike rebuild: Rebuilt Raleigh Sports

I was lucky that the "frame" actually came with the cranks, fork, stem and handlebars. I robbed a taller Raleigh Sports for the wheels, fenders and chain guard. Other parts came from my parts stash.
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Old 06-04-09, 02:38 PM   #1569
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In search of a Shimano 600 freewheel -- NOT MF-6207 or MF-6208, but instead early model MF-6160 (black 6-speed) or MF-6161 (silver 6-speed).
Cog sizes don't matter, I'm disassembling it for pawls & pawl springs for my original freewheel.

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I hope someone has one laying around! I want to get my vintage Apollo back on the road safely.

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Old 06-04-09, 03:40 PM   #1570
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Old 06-04-09, 05:14 PM   #1571
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Old 06-04-09, 10:16 PM   #1572
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have: Campy Mirage front and rear calipers, black
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Old 06-05-09, 05:59 AM   #1573
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FYI, Chorus was not introduced until 1988, so it may have been available in late '87... but yeah. Nice stuff though, one of my fav campy groups is first gen. chorus.
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Old 06-05-09, 03:46 PM   #1574
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I'm wanting to obtain, by any or all means:

A set of 30 year-old French pedals--either road or platform--with French threads for my 30 year-old Gitane Sprint

A very nice 6 or 7-speed freewheel with a 28 or 30 tooth cog for low gear for friend who's going to be riding RAGBRAI in July

A decent set of Cinelli bars in 42-44 cm

I've got a fair amount of trade bait
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Old 06-05-09, 07:58 PM   #1575
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