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Originally Posted by GitaneFanBoy View Post
Absolutely!

I actually have a catalog for Gitane’s whole 1983 lineup for the North American market.

1983 Team Pro

Frame: Columbus SL Competition
Crankset: Stronglight 107 (Spidel) 42-52
Front der: Simplex SLJ6500
Rear der: Simplex SLJA522
Shifters: Simplex SLJ5068 (Spidel) braze-on
Chain: Sedisport
Freewheel: Maillard 700 (Spidel) 7-spd 12-18
Brakes: Modolo Master Pro
Bar/stem: Cinelli 1-R/ Cinelli 64-42
Seatpost: Simplex (Spidel) alloy
Saddle: Sella Italia Turbo
Pedals: Maillard (Spidel) alloy
Hubs: Maillard 700 (Spidel) SF/QR
Rims: Mavic GP-4 32 hole
Tires: Wolber Seta Competition tubular
Clips/straps: Cinelli/Alfredo Binda

That’s the whole listing from the catalog. Of course the actual 1983 team bikes may have had some substitutions, but it wasn’t until 1984 that the Renault-Elf-Gitane team went back to full Campagnolo Super Record.

Hope that helps & best of luck on the build!
According to the 1984 catalog the specs were the same for the 1984 version as you post here for 1983
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