I live in Englewood, Florida .. have always loved bikes , but haven't really ridden much in 20 years .. I do look for old bikes ( good buys ) that should be preserved for those who appreciate them.
I bought a new Raleigh Super Course in 1974 .. and have been looking to replace it since my wife sold in in a moving sale (cry) ..
I just found a 1972 International Raleigh .. I plan to ride it for a while, until something as special comes along. Beautiful, original bike - 'cept for the new tires and chain. Serial #G1207.
I will try to post a couple pix .. and details are below ..
Thanks for the forum .. jack
oops - can't post pix maybe doesn't work with Google Chrome?
Here's a link for an Idea ..:
1972 Raleigh International 10 speed. Made in England. Excellent condition. Original light green with chrome rear triangle, lower front forks. Ornate chrome lugs. Reynolds 531 tubing. Campy derailleurs, downtube shifters, headset, seatpost, cable hangers, pedals, bottom bracket and crankset, Mafac brakes. Campy high flange hubs relaced with double butted stainless steel spokes to NOS original 700c Super Champion "Competition" clincher rims. Cinelli stem. Cinelli handlebars drops are cut short. Campy pedals with Christophe toe clips and straps. San Marco Concours saddle. Have original manual and sales receipt.