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Which Raleigh is this?

Old 02-14-19, 04:46 PM
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Which Raleigh is this?

hey all,

Looking but not buying, canít figure which model this Raleigh is. Not certain how original it is either.


Sellers pic.
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Definitely a Raleigh folder, twenty probably. Can’t pinpoint the year but might be from the 80’s? Did they have SS in this or is it just hard to see the 3 speed hub, shifter.

Missing the chain cover.
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Definitely looks like a Raleigh Twenty frame; the horizontal hinge is unique. But I thought they had a Raleigh style fork crown? The crank is unfamiliar, too. Wheels are the larger 20" size (20 x 1⅜, aka 451).
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Roadster bars?
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The seller informed me it’s a single geared model. I wonder if it is an English made model or overseas. Oh well...
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A friend has a Phillips Twenty and it has the same fork and chainring, but this one definitely says Raleigh on the ST. Hmm
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Looking at images of the Twenties I found one which has the fork and another with the crank. Both late 70’s and early 80’s.
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