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Old 08-06-17, 04:20 PM
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600 Shimano Arabesque Group - VGC...

I have this 600 Arabesque group for sale. The set includes...

Te entire group has been sold, thanks all.

Front Derailleur, Rear Derailleur, Clamp-on Shifters, Bottom Bracket, Brake Calipers, Hubs, Casette and Crank Set. Also included is a choice of steering stems, a choice of handlebar, the original headset, the original drive chain, the original cable casings and original skewers. Everything is in great shape and was taken off of a little used vintage road bike.

In addition to all of the above, the 600 hubs are laced, with stainless spokes, to a lovely set of Araya 700c alloy rims which wear a set of Vittoria Zaffrio tires. The wheels are true and the tires are in great shape.

I have three or four nice saddle to choose from, including a Mundatalia brown suede, an Italia Criterium and an SR Viper. I do have some seat posts and will include one of them, if I have the size needed by the buyer.

All in all, a complete complete group that is ready to be bolted on to a frame.

Price: $160.00 with wheels or $140.00 with hubs only. Shipping will be extra and is roughly $60 -$80, depending on location, with the wheel set or a bit less with hubs only set. Have a look at the pictures and don't hesitate to ask questions.

















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Old 08-06-17, 04:29 PM
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Nice set and 600 is a pleasure to use and admire.
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Old 08-06-17, 07:59 PM
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Hmmmm....man, for whatever reason, I have always loved the Arabesque group.
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If you split it up, I am interested in the wheels and head set.
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If you split it up, I am interested in the wheels and head set.
Sorry, I don't plan to split the group up. I do have a second group without the wheels, but with the original hubs and cassette. That group would save someone a few bucks on shipping.
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