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NOS: Show Me Your New Old Stock

Old 04-24-21, 11:20 PM
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NOS: Show Me Your New Old Stock

I received this with a bike that I bought recently. The owner needed a long cage derailleur for the cogs he wanted to use.


Anyhow, I am pretty sure that some of you have some new parts from back in the day...

Let's see them
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Old 04-25-21, 02:48 AM
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The poor man' version, Equipe.
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I feel very lucky to have snapped up this NOS vintage Legnano cottered crank set, complete with bottom bracket and for a very reasonable price. The crank and bottom bracket are now part of my longest owned and favorite vintage road bicycle...



I was not fond of the original Legnano ring set so I installed a little used Simplex assembly, alloy chain wheels and all...


My longest owned and loved Legnano Gran Premio still in need of a paint job...
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Still have a few NOS items, waiting for the right time:
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FB flip-flop hubs, 1937

FB 003 by iabisdb, on Flickr
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Old 04-25-21, 07:43 AM
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Sturmey Archer headset (not sure if it's 26 tpi)


Weinmann Carrera brakeset with drilled levers


Rear double-ended Raleigh brake cable
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A 1948 CCM roadster frame.


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FB flip-flop hubs, 1937

FB 003 by iabisdb, on Flickr
those look attractive... locating the axle nuts... and oil clip(s)... might be why they are still in a box.
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Old 04-25-21, 04:40 PM
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hmmm.... I've got about 30 pounds of SunTour cogs, but that's hard to take a picture of.
How about shots of the Mavic MA-2 and MA-40 rims that are waiting to get used?
(shown next to a built wheel, just to provide some scale or contrast or something)






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There are others, but I have the box for these…


Campagnolo Record road hubs, 36H


Campagnolo Superleggeri toe clips


Regina Extra Record Oro chain


Alfredo Binda Extra toe straps


Avocet Cyclometer 20
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Old 04-25-21, 05:56 PM
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Avocet Cyclometer 20
I've got one of these still in the box too. Might actually use it someday, but my other Avocets have been coaxed into staying alive.
I did put a spare Avocet 20 onto the Raleigh International (the newer Avocet that was on it was acting up)




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I've kinda lost track of what stuff I've got, and just remembered that I've got a pair of oak soled Dettos still in the box.
They fit me, and I actually ordered a more conventional pair of Dettos. Unfortunately, the vendor was out of the plainer shoes and offered to substitute the oak soled versions.
Lovely shoes, but too lovely to use. I can't bear the thought of gouging those pristine oak surfaces!





I've got a few other pairs of vintage shoes that I use, so these Dettos just get dusty in the closet.

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Sunshine Pro-Am hubs, high flange. Date code 1975. Box has patina, and on the lid someone wrote “$34.95 / pair”.

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I picked this up for an old build. Sold the bike, but still have this.
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About 10 yeas ago I answered an ad on Craigslist from a guy who was looking to trade a bike he had for a Cinelli Supercorsa. I didn't have a Cinelli Supercorsa but I was interested to see what he was offering up for trade and maybe I could just buy it off him.

It turned out his English was pretty poor and he in fact had 3 Cinelli Supercorsas and he was looking to sell!

I immediately met up with him at his storage unit and it was like entering Alladin's cave----he had owned a bike shop in the '70s and '80s and had a lot of bikes and many boxes of parts.

He showed me some Colnagos and a couple of French bikes and of course his Cinellis but he only had 2, so I asked where the third one was and he pulled out a box and it was a NOS silver one from 1985 that was still in the wrapping paper, never built up, never even had a wheel in the drops.

I bought it and a couple of other things, including an old Campagnolo workstand from the 1960s that is completely useless but is kind of neat to look at

I would have bought everything but I just didn't have the money at the time

I still haven't built it up, lol

Sorry about the photobucket, I can't find any other pictures of it right now





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NOS in boxes

This is stuff I've picked up or been given; and no the boxes aren't empty, :

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There's these guys...

620 Build Derailleurs by Dave The Golden Boy, on Flickr


The NOS Suntour XC Pro cranks in 170 and the NOS Command Shifters


620 Build Crank Shifters by Dave The Golden Boy, on Flickr
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I've been saving the pedals and shoes since '81 or so; looks like I briefly wore the brown shoes:











Bought these Cinelli M71 Widowmakers more recently, wound up ebaying them:



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Wanna turn your Sturmey Archer 3-speed into a 9-speed?

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And a pair of each of these, never built.

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Forgot about these, NOS Mavic SSC SL rims from a CL ad for "old tubular rims".

The guy said he had some unbuilt tubular rims and, on a whim, I asked him what he had. He mentioned these, I thought maybe they were fake (I have come across fakes twice, neither time did the buyer seem aware that they were fakes) but, nope, I measured the width by placing a GP4 rim inside them and, yep, and they are the real deal.

I bought all 4 of them for $35 each, three are 28h and one is 36h.

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Wow!
I don't have the kind of will power that would allow me to leave those in their box. I'd nail some cleats on them in no time. My vintage bikes may have a lot of patina, my jerseys may be sun faded, but those shoes would make me the envy of the Rapha/Assos crowd!
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Ucco Torino pedals. 1940s-50s.

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Nothing earth-shattering, but I do have a couple of nice freewheels and a set of wide-ish polished box section rims.



Sachs 7 speed 13-30 and Suntour New Winner Ultra 6 speed 13-22



Sun CRT 16ii in 700c, 36h
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Vittoria handlebar plugs - 1940s-50s. I prefer the genuine imitation version.

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