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Old 02-10-21, 04:11 PM
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This thing showed up here this week, and It is looking for a new home on a period correct bike. I m sure there is someone on BF that is in need of it. As always cost of shipping and a picture of it installed. PM me. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
This thing showed up here this week, and It is looking for a new home on a period correct bike. I m sure there is someone on BF that is in need of it. As always cost of shipping and a picture of it installed. PM me. Smiles, MH
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"boat anchor"


sorry, but somebody had to say it!
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Does anybody have one of these that they want to part with? PM me please, these posts get lost

Or a Tubular?
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Yeah, it may be a boat anchor, but somebody here likely has a boat in need of it. Har! MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
This thing showed up here this week, and It is looking for a new home on a period correct bike. I m sure there is someone on BF that is in need of it. As always cost of shipping and a picture of it installed. PM me. Smiles, MH

Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe the jockey wheels are interchangeable with the NR that are prone to cracking.
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Somehting below the Valentino********************?
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Far fetched ISO = "Terry" top tube cable housing clamps.

Hs anyone come across the pictured clamps? They are labelled TERRY, #399 1", Made in England. They were used on Falcon and other mid level English bikes during the 60s & early 70s. I have a 1966 English club racer that deserves a set. Some rust Ok, just don't want a lot of chrome missing. I have some new DiaCompe 28.6 clamps to trade.

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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Hs anyone come across the pictured clamps? They are labelled TERRY, #399 1", Made in England. They were used on Falcon and other mid level English bikes during the 60s & early 70s. I have a 1966 English club racer that deserves a set. Some rust Ok, just don't want a lot of chrome missing. I have some new DiaCompe 28.6 clamps to trade.

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Might have one or perhaps more...will check. BTW this is NOT Georgina Terry but an unrelated UK company from years before.

EDIT: Van you're in luck, I found 3...PM me (don't really need any DC clips but maybe something else?)
EDIT #2, here are 2 pix, one shows the "worst rust" which is mainly on the interior of one clip and the edges of the 2 good ones, then this out-of-focus pic that shows the exteriors, but badly. I sure wish taking pix was easier!


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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Somehting below the Valentino********************?
Above. The Valentino was just as nasty, but no chrome.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
ISO: Campagnolo Super Record brake levers with or without hoods.

For trade: any of my sale items.
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What about these two? Slight rash on right lever. I will take them off and rebuild as I am sure the lever washers are damaged from heat. Smiles, MH

left lever in pretty good shape

right lever with a small rash on the outer side of the lever
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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What about these two? Slight rash on right lever. I will take them off and rebuild as I am sure the lever washers are damaged from heat. Smiles, MH

left lever in pretty good shape

right lever with a small rash on the outer side of the lever
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The Gran Turismo's weight -- about a pound! -- was not its biggest flaw.
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ISO - 1" threaded fork for 700c, ideally SL or SLX. Chromed, no eyelets (preferably - but single eyelets not a show stopper). Fork offset ~45mm. Need approx 7.5" of steerer tube for this 58cm frame.

A Pinarello fork meeting the above would be a perfect match.

Willing to trade a vintage French frameset with BB & headset for the right fork.

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ISO - 1" threaded fork for 700c, ideally SL or SLX. Chromed, no eyelets (preferably - but single eyelets not a show stopper). Fork offset ~45mm. Need approx 7.5" of steerer tube for this 58cm frame.

A Pinarello fork meeting the above would be a perfect match.

Willing to trade a vintage French frameset with BB & headset for the right fork.

TIA
I have a chromed fork from a reasonably high-end Fuji (with Fuji pantographed on the fork crown) that might fit the bill. Or give your frame an identity crisis.
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I have a chromed fork from a reasonably high-end Fuji (with Fuji pantographed on the fork crown) that might fit the bill. Or give your frame an identity crisis.
I even passed some weeks ago on a panto'd Bianchi fork. While it wasn't chromed, I was afraid Italian rivalries might have the rear end not tracking nicely the front end.
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I even passed some weeks ago on a panto'd Bianchi fork. While it wasn't chromed, I was afraid Italian rivalries might have the rear end not tracking nicely the front end.
I have a Benotto chromed fork for a frame about that size - I can measure if you're interested.

Seems like that painted Pino for would be the better choice, though.
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The Gran Turismo's weight -- about a pound! -- was not its biggest flaw.
I have one of these as a knick knack on a shelf in my garage. The asking price of putting it on a bike seems a bit high, but I don't regret the $10 I paid for mine.
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The Gran Turismo's weight -- about a pound! -- was not its biggest flaw.
That was my experience, too. I had a GT on my Atala Competizione, which was made of plain gauge 531 for the main triangle and came with sewups. A Simplex Prestige would have saved weight, shifted better, and shifted for longer than the GT did. The pictured der, though, seems to have a much shorter cage than the GT had.

I might pay $10 for a GT to sit on a shelf, but if I had to put it on a bike that I rode, I'd want to be paid.
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I guess I am one of the few that has ridden one and still has no complaints.
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
Does anybody have one of these that they want to part with? PM me please, these posts get lost

Or a Tubular?
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PM me if you have a tube or tubular.
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
I guess I am one of the few that has ridden one and still has no complaints.
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The boat anchor has left the marina. New projects abound so the next will come soon. Smiles, MH
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