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Austro-Daimler Inter-10, Reynolds 531, 62x59cm

Old 05-06-24, 01:07 PM
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Austro-Daimler Inter-10, Reynolds 531, 62x59cm

Austro-Daimler Inter-10 frameset with headset. Full Reynolds 531 tubing. Maroon with some brown tones, almost like the old "cordovan" leather. Fits 700c by 32mm tires. Notably, I don't have a set of downtube cable guildes or shifter clamp. The other bits should all be there. $125 + shipping or $100 picked up locally. I'm firm on that price for now; I wouldn't mind holding on to this one except I should be moving soon.



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Originally Posted by mhespenheide
Austro-Daimler Inter-10 frameset with headset. Full Reynolds 531 tubing. Maroon with some brown tones, almost like the old "cordovan" leather. Fits 700c by 32mm tires. Notably, I don't have a set of downtube cable guildes or shifter clamp. The other bits should all be there. $125 + shipping or $100 picked up locally. I'm firm on that price for now; I wouldn't mind holding on to this one except I should be moving soon.



Two more photos here: https://imgur.com/a/BXWK2hW


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Thats a beauty. They had some amazing paint colors.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Thats a beauty. They had some amazing paint colors.
Sometimes I want to call it "root beer", other times I want to call it "black cherry" depending on the light.
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This is completely my style.Old world, Somewhat aristocratic but at the same time discreet. What is the frame size? Probably too big for me most are.
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Originally Posted by Alexthe
This is completely my style.Old world, Somewhat aristocratic but at the same time discreet. What is the frame size? Probably too big for me most are.
62x59.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
62x59.
Thanks, Jdawg. It's in the title, but yes -- it is indeed 62x59cm.
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Originally Posted by mhespenheide
Thanks, Jdawg. It's in the title, but yes -- it is indeed 62x59cm.
I very often miss part of the title when I open a thread...so I can relate!
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Originally Posted by mhespenheide
Thanks, Jdawg. It's in the title, but yes -- it is indeed 62x59cm.
Yes a 62 , well if it were a 48- 50 I'd hang it on the wall, and wait for some money to come in, to put something on it. But I just bought myself a late 70s GiosTorinosuper Record . That's where all the money is going , as I pay it off. The Austro Daimler , probably needs a chauffeur anyway, and I can't afford one now.



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Still available, if there's any interest out there.
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Full 531. I was under the impression the Inter10 had a heavier fork, but the '82 catalogue shows a burgundy frameset - full 531.

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Originally Posted by Wildwood
Full 531. I was under the impression the Inter10 had a heavier fork, but the '82 catalogue shows a burgundy frameset - full 531.

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I really don't know the history -- just the stickers on this particular frame.
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Hi there,

I stumbled across this thread when looking for a bike frame to replace my beloved Trek touring frame that recently had a full crack through the seat tube.
I would pay your asking price and shipping - but wondering if you would ship to Toronto, Canada where I am located. Happy to go through any verification - I realize this is my first post hereÖ
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Hi there,

I stumbled across this thread when looking for a bike frame to replace my beloved Trek touring frame that recently had a full crack through the seat tube.
I would pay your asking price and shipping - but wondering if you would ship to Toronto, Canada where I am located. Happy to go through any verification - I realize this is my first post hereÖ
airmj , everyone has to start somewhere. Click on my name on the upper left corner of any one of the posts and you should get a new drop-down menu. One of the options in that drop-down menu should be "send private message". Click there and send me a message. We'll start with a shipping estimate and see if it makes sense; shipping to Canada can be prohibitive.
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Originally Posted by mhespenheide
airmj , everyone has to start somewhere. Click on my name on the upper left corner of any one of the posts and you should get a new drop-down menu. One of the options in that drop-down menu should be "send private message". Click there and send me a message. We'll start with a shipping estimate and see if it makes sense; shipping to Canada can be prohibitive.
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Appreciate it. I canít send you a private message because I donít have 10 posts. Tried to get up to 10 last yesterday and was capped - can only make 5 per 24 hours. Will get up to 10 and message you. I saw your message in my email but canít reply to it yet.
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FWIW, this is essentially identical, construction-wise, to my 1976 Puch Royal X - silver-brazed 531 assembled in Graz, Austria, alongside all of those to of the line Ultimas and Superleichts. These are underrated and slip beneath the radar. Glad it is not my size, as my bike cave is kinda crowded ...
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Originally Posted by rustystrings61
FWIW, this is essentially identical, construction-wise, to my 1976 Puch Royal X - silver-brazed 531 assembled in Graz, Austria, alongside all of those to of the line Ultimas and Superleichts. These are underrated and slip beneath the radar. Glad it is not my size, as my bike cave is kinda crowded ...
Essentially the same except the geometry and I think a straight gauge tube somewhere.
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That is a fabulous fully Reynolds no frills frame, no braze ons, no panto. That bike originally had Nervar cranks and bb, huret derailers, Normandy red foil hubs low flange, with a simplex seat post binder, probably came with Weinman 505 calipers. The seatpost and stem, I donít recall, those may have been SR. The handlebars I think were SR with the eagle crest.

I think that frame is from about 1980. I used to own that one, and Iíll repeat myself that is a fabulous frame and it rides great! I moved from the inter 10 only after I bought a number of items from the Wildwood group, which included a Vent Noir.
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