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  1. #1
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    Last of the Mohicans. 61 cm Waterford Heron with Campy Mt bike group

    Reduced by $600!!. One of a kind Touring/Randonneuring bicycle. Last 61 cm Waterford "Heron". Last one made. Silver soldered lugs, hand pin-striped. 531 Reynolds frame, Boa shielded. Henry James stainless dropouts. Campagnolo 9 speed ergo shifters. Campagnolo "Euclid" brakes. Campagnolo,"Centaur" (not the new Centaur), triple MTB Euclid and Centaur were the top of the line MTB components only made for 3 years in the early 80's. Campy "Euclid" frnt. derailleur.
    Prototype Brooks saddle. (One of the 1st 100 testers). American classic seat post. Campy,"Record" headset. Nitto bars and stem. 36 stainless spoke Velocity wheels laced to Phil Woods hubs. Campy C-Record pedals with Campy toe clips and straps. Stainless,"Tubus" rear cargo rack. This is a long distance machine designed to carry. If you typically ride a 58cm this should fit you. Must be seen in person to appreciate. Injury forces me to sell. Will negotiate, but not much. It took me 2 years to build and to assemble the finest components from all over the world. Pleas call to ask questions. $3900.00 Bike is located in Durham, NC.( Please ignore,"Giant Cypress SX" in title. Can't seem to remove it.)
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    You might want to post this to the RBW Owners Bunch Google group. I would also suggest that you try to rethink your asking price. I recently bought a near perfect Heron for $860 shipped. Your build kit is nicer than the one on that frame, but not $3000 nicer. Anyway, best of luck finding it a good home.
    Cheers,
    Jim

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