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Old 03-23-15, 09:48 PM
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Rauler

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...recently put back on the road after a number of years in the corner of someone's garage. Not a Rauler "Pro", but a Rauler "Special".



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That's a beautiful bike. I'm liking those head tube lugs. Someone in my area has been listing a Rauler for a while on craigslist, but I'm not that familiar with them.
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That's a beautiful bike. I'm liking those head tube lugs. Someone in my area has been listing a Rauler for a while on craigslist, but I'm not that familiar with them.
...they are swell Italian bikes that often fly under the radar. The brothers who made them did a lot of pantographing and some contract work for Colnago, but sold way fewer bikes here under the Rauler name. I have a Pro, too. Very solid in the way that higher end Italian bikes are solid.
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...fresh paint, decals, and new Open Pro Mavics on the original Dura Ace hubs now.
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Thanks for bringing yet another Italian to view! Great view too, BTW!
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