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Old 05-29-21, 03:57 PM
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I don’t think this one ever had much, if any, use.

Twins!
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Old 05-29-21, 04:00 PM
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Twins!
Yours is the “pretty one.”
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Old 05-29-21, 04:03 PM
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Tried to send a PM but no go, maybe you could send me one?
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Old 05-29-21, 04:23 PM
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Now you're just showing off.
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Old 05-29-21, 07:36 PM
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Oh! My word!! I do believe that I have come over all unnecessary! Matron, the ammoniac salts and salve please!!
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MTB stuff


XT short cage rear derailleur

XT short cage rear derailleur

XTR M950 rear derailleur

XTR M950 rear derailleur

XTR M900 ti crank bolts

XTR brake levers

XTR brake levers

XT brake levers

XT brake levers
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Old 05-30-21, 04:46 PM
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XT V brake set

XT V brake set

DX thumbies

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Cyclone rear derailleur

Cyclone rear derailleur
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Old 05-30-21, 07:31 PM
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Old 05-30-21, 08:29 PM
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Originally Posted by DorkDisk View Post

Cyclone rear derailleur

Cyclone rear derailleur
Nice!!
I always thought those black Cyclone derailleurs were cool! Of course, that was the era of the Campy Super Record bits with the black anodizing, as well as some Shimano Dura-Ace too.
The black Cyclone was the only one that fit my budget, though!
Now I've managed to get some Super Record bits....



but the love of the black Cyclone stuff hasn't faded!

Steve in Peoria
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Old 05-31-21, 07:19 AM
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Not NOS but might be nice bling for the bar tape above
Those bar plugs are something I didn't even know existed until seeing this, and now I NEED them.
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Old 07-15-21, 08:20 PM
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The elusive, fashioned from unobtanium, Suntour cable stop adapter.

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The elusive, fashioned from unobtanium, Suntour cable stop adapter.

The big apple is no place to keep this-- my centurion downtube is far more secure.
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For my ti Merckx I managed to get a gunmetal NOS 3TTT stem, including the rubber bung over the top bolt which often goes AWOL, matching gunmetal 3TTT Competizione (Merckx bend) bars, which also came with some original 3TTT shiny bar ends.



And after years of searching, I managed to find some NOS Team Panasonic gloves to go with my Team Panasonic Merckx. The white even has the same pearlescent finish as the white on the bike frames. I now have original Team Panasonic gloves, cap, jersey and jacket, so if anyone knows of any Team Panasonic socks, please let me know
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Old 07-18-21, 12:10 PM
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While it is no longer such, I bought my first Lejeune Champ du Monde NOS NIB. Pic below is assembly as delivered.

NOS CdM out of the box_01 by L Travers, on Flickr

Opening of the box below. Ray Florman did the honors. He asked if I wanted to open it up at the shop and I responded with , "Would you like to?" Ray responded with, "Where's my knife?" Box had been opened for pics and repacked by John Barron.

NOS CdM opening_10 by L Travers, on Flickr
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Old 07-18-21, 10:00 PM
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I debated posting this one, as it's not as rare or old or desirable as some of the really cool stuff in this thread. But it's my stash of NOS/NIB Shimano 7-speed cassettes, to keep those bikes going for a few years.



You can see most of them are at the HG50 quality level, with an IG60 11-28, an HG90 12-21, and a low-miles HG70 13-21 (no box, upper left corner) to round things out. I got the two late-90s HG50 13-21s in the small boxes from Boulder Cycle for a song! Here's what a representative sample of the cassettes look like:



I don't have specific plans for everything in this box, but I'm glad I bought them by the handful when they were about $20 each. Nowadays, 7-speed cassettes with "road" gearing aren't nearly as plentiful or cheap. At least from Shimano.
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Old 07-25-21, 09:02 AM
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Brand new crown and 1” steer tube for a Tange Switchblade fork. Sadly, no fork blades. If anyone has a line on a fork I’d be very interested:

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