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Old 05-10-17, 06:01 PM
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Campagnolo Delta Brake Caliper Set...

I will probably never use these lovely Campy brakes, so they are up for grabs. They are in really nice shape and complete, as nearly as I can tell.

$220.00 + shipping(between $15.00 to $25.00 depending on where they are going) - SOLD



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Old 05-10-17, 07:42 PM
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Oh my, this is a fantastic bargain Randy, someone is getting a deal of their lifetime for these Deltas. BWOTS

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They'd look great on the Merckx. Just can't justify it right now. Damn.
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3rd time I've looked at 'em. Good price.
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Hi Randy, I am interested in the Deltas. I have sent an email to your Tenspeed website account as I am unable to PM because of my post count. Cheers.

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3rd time I've looked at 'em. Good price.
That is how I felt about the Peugeot PX10E when offered to me for a very good price.

I have learned, over the years, that really good deals on vintage bicycle stuff are opportunities that don't last long and rarely come back. With that in mind, for the second time in my vintage bicycle life, I borrowed a few dollars from VISA to make the purchase happen. How could I pass up and all original, little used early seventies PX10E for $100.00(closer to $200 with shipping included)..?



The Peugeot is in Duluth, right now, and that is why I am letting the brakes go. I am trying to offset my costs to drive down and pick the bicycle up. I will be doing that on Saturday - I hope.
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hi Randy
If they are still available I will take them if spaceman doesn't
I am in London ON Canada

Thanks DP
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Before I get into trouble with who was first, I deal on commitment. You are the first to commit, so the set is yours, if you wish.

Send me an email to randyjawa@hotmail.com and we can take it from there. I would not waste time on this as the brakes are offered elsewhere. Thanks.
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Which version are these? Can you post a pic without the covers?
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Looks like the 2nd version from the looks/color of the adjuster/bellows potion on top....
But counting the pivots inside will definitely nail it down.
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Originally Posted by randyjawa View Post
That is how I felt about the Peugeot PX10E when offered to me for a very good price.
That PX10E brings back a lot of memories.

In 1972 I would walk past the LBS every day on my way to and from school, and twice a day I would stop and drool over the exact same bike in the window.

That summer I worked every day, mowing lawns and doing odd jobs around the neighborhood until I saved $249.95 and bought it.

That bike is what started it all for me, some 45 years ago.
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