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Old 04-19-11, 07:03 PM
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Can anyone ID this Raleigh for me?

https://novascotia.kijiji.ca/c-buy-an...dIdZ276444143#



Much obliged.

If it is anything decent let me know! $75 seems like a good deal if it is a quality Raleigh. The drivetrain looks good but I don't have a good enoough for the vintage to see what it actually is.

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Old 04-19-11, 07:10 PM
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Ask the seller to report the seatpost diameter -- 27.2mm would indicated butted Reynolds tubing. The integral derailleur hanger is a good sign. If you are tall and the bike is in good shape, $75 is not a bad price, even for a lower-to-midgrade model.
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I'm 6' but it might just be something to wrench on and sell. It might be too a little too big, or might not. I may keep it for a bit, or may sell. Have to take a look at it first.

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Looks very much like a Raleigh Condor. Early eighties, best guess, and Shimano 600 Golden Arrow group...





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