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Old 10-15-18, 12:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Hailstorm_7 View Post
Does anyone know anything about David Hunter-Inman bicycles? Apologies, but I haven't reached the post threshold to be able to share photos. Anyway, I came across a David Hunter-Inman bike. Appears to be mostly stock. Columbus tubing, though I don't know what type. 27" wheels. Mostly Campagnolo build (980 rear derailleur and--I believe--Valentino front derailleur plus hubs and Record shifters). Fifty-nine cm frame size. Brown with chrome seat- and chainstays. Sugino Super Maxy 52/39 170mm cranks, and six-speed freewheel. Google didn't turn up a damn thing, and thus I would love to know more. I'll do my best to pad replies and eventually be able to share photos. And thanks in advance for the knowledge.
Are you in Great Britain? The name makes it sound like a small builder or one-man shop type of thing, which was more common over there back in the day than it was on our side of the pond. The way you describe the components make it sound like it was thrown together with whatever parts someone had on hand. Get yourself up to 10 posts so we can have some pics
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