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Old 01-12-18, 07:53 AM
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and the picture
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Old 01-13-18, 12:05 AM
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and the picture
Pretty Presto

Looks to be in great shape as well. Does it have a serial number under the BB ?
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Old 01-13-18, 07:46 AM
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serial number

Of Course it has a serial number under the BB, it only misses the triple X.

the number is 612, except the 'Brev Campagnolo' on the pads and 'BCM' on the lugs is this all i could find on the frame.
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Old 01-13-18, 11:32 AM
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Vittorio

I am looking for information about this Vittorio frame and fork.
It has some cool drillium in the frame.
The original paint was black.
The frame number is 7843
The seat tube diameter is 26.8 mm
The length of the seat tube is 60.5 cm CT
Weight of the frame including Bottom Bracket: 2150 gram
Weight of the fork: 680 gram.

I would like to know the frame tubing and year of build.
Is anyone familiar with the frame numbering?
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Old 01-13-18, 04:35 PM
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gazelle ?

I am not familiar with the numbers but I ran into someone a little bit ago selling a gazzele 10 speed made in Holland and I search the web and keep seeing a Raleigh bicycle from that era that was made by gazelle or made in Holland and the Raleigh looks just like this gazelle I don't want to waists your time but the above frame is very similar and I think the bike I'm looking at is early to mid 70's and I'm not sure but maybe 531 Reynolds or steel I have not been able to put my hands on the bike I'm looking at but here are pictures
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Old 01-13-18, 06:35 PM
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Is the "ice cream cone" symbol on the blade of the blue Eroba in this photo a standard Eroba one? Have had two Eroba come through me shop and did not see them wearing it. Perhaps a matter of when manufactured? Thanks for any information!



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Old 06-06-18, 04:58 PM
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Picked up a Visser Vainqueur today, a bike that has been lingering on my wish list for quite a while. It looks rather scruffy, but apart from the drop-out adjusters and a couple of stepped ferrules it's all there. And at 62cm the size is spot-on.

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And 10 years to the day from when @CV-6 started this thread here's his old bike out on the road.




Another one better showing how it's built up now.

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Old 08-29-18, 09:05 AM
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No great pictures of a beautifully restored bike here, I did a half-arsed job on a bike that was a compromise to begin with, and I'm not much of a photographer. My bike needed some repairs, rear brake was broken, rear tyre wall torn and a there were quite a few small issues, some of which turned out to be big issues . So I decided for the widest tyres that would fit in, only just, and clean it too (there's a first for everything). The repair turned out to be a hell of a job, that had me a bike in the kitchen for several weeks. But I'm very happy with the end result. Allthough it has probably drifted away from it's original purpuse of beeing good and uninteresting to thieves at the same time. A thief better take it out of the city, after all the work he doesn't want to meet after I've just recognized my bike with somebody else on it.



It's still a Dutch bike for daily Dutch use and that's how I photographed it, so there is the bulky O-lock with the insert cable, and the plastic bag under the saddle (colour matched to the decals though, but I forgot to put it under nicely). I really wanted to take a nice picture that would bring out the great shine of the paint after I cleaned and polished it with an oily rag, and I saw people with camera's from my window because the light and the sky were beautiful that time. So I took the bike and my camera out, but the slope there didn't make it stand nice, it started to rain again, the camera auto-flashed and the driver that wanted to park there had been patient long enough. So the picture is compromised too. It's not even the only bike in the picture as I intended, but that's Groningen.
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Duell Solo by Jan Van Dalen

My 1980s Duell Solo by Jan Van Dalen (Hoek van Holland, Nederland).

Campy everything (even the number hanger bolt on the bottom of the top tube is Campagnolo!) save the RD which someone replaced in the past... It bothers me!


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My 1980s Duell Solo by Jan Van Dalen (Hoek van Holland, Nederland).

Campy everything (even the number hanger bolt on the bottom of the top tube is Campagnolo!) save the RD which someone replaced in the past... It bothers me!

Interesting colors on that Duell. Around Hoek van Holland Duell was a popular brand and many were custom build.
I also have a Duell Solo, made for me in 1992. It is my favorite bike.
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