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Old 08-30-04, 10:52 AM   #1
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I just picked up a Raleigh laser SIS Ive never seen one before any idea when this was built ser.#RE839948 CR-MO seamless tube tange 5 P.G. seattube Shamano index system.

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Come on folks any clues?
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well, i can vouch that its post 1984, since i know most of the bikes and models before 1984. If the serial number is like the british raleighs, the first digit would be year, meaning its a 1988 model. I'd say it looks like something from the bottom third of the bicycle line, not especially collectable and totally obsolete compared to the worst bike in any bike shop today. however, this does not mean it's not lovable and fun to ride ... :-) :-)
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totally obsolete compared to the worst bike in any bike shop today

LOL! That description takes in most of the Classic and Vintage field, doesn't it?

(and I say that with affection as an old crockaholic)
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