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Old 05-27-21, 11:53 AM
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Gitane road frame with honeycomb dropout adjusted to a cx by Chr Jeucken.
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Old 05-27-21, 01:34 PM
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There are a few of these, but they are not at all common. BaCo built Lejeune 753 frame.

753 Lejeune by Baco by L Travers, on Flickr
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I posted this elsewhere but it is unique. There were only 250 of these 25th anniversary Stumpjumper Classics re-issued in 2006. They even had a special run of the ground control tires from the old molds. Cool idea but they weren’t very popular - nobody really wanted to pay $1,200 for a rigid steel framed mountain bike. Many were just stripped of the components. I got a good deal on this one used and it rides like the original.

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Old 06-01-21, 05:56 AM
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No-one will be impressed

... but I cannot find another example of this frame anywhere. It is not a Specialized Nitanium, as previously suspected.

Ritchey Logic Pro Nitanium frame with a delicious nickel plate finish.

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