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Old 09-29-10, 08:47 PM   #1
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These guys sure have a bunch of catalogs.

http://www.cyclemuseum.org.uk/index.php?page=5
The national Cycle Collection in England. Nothing on line, though. You have to become a "friend" or make a little donation and they send you a scan.
Interesting, though.
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That's where Sheldon got the .PDF's presently published on Retro Raleighs. Don't expect all catalogs to be complete.

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They don't have the 66 catalog either. It's a bit of a tease since I'm not really in a position to be buying memorabilia, but it's nice to know it's out there.
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They don't have the 66 catalog either. It's a bit of a tease since I'm not really in a position to be buying memorabilia, but it's nice to know it's out there.
Better off waiting for it on eBay. Redneckwes will most likely nab it, scan it, and send it to me to put up at The Headbadge

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If you become a member of the Veteran Cycle Club (VCC) you are given passworded access and can download the PDFs for multipage items or JPG images for single items. It's a great resource for those interested in British bicycles and British parts or interested in really old bicycles.
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