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For Sale: Gitane Super Corsa 1972

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Old 10-11-18, 08:25 AM
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Gitane Super Corsa – 1972 Frame size: 25.5” (64.77 cm); Stand-over height: 86.5 cm; Frame: Reynolds 531 double butted; Fork: Reynolds 531; Dropouts: Campagnolo; Bar/Stem: Pivo Professional; Brakes: Campagnolo Nuovo/Brev. Inter; Crankset: Campagnolo (Nuovo Record) 42/52; Freewheel: 14/17/20/23/26; Pedals: Campagnolo; Rims: Dural Mavic Monthlery; Hubs: Campagnolo Record quick release; Tires: Giro tubular - 28" 22mm Tubular; Seat Post: Campagnolo 26.4; Derailleurs: Campagnolo Nuovo Record; Headset: Campagnolo Nuovo Record; Wgt: 22 lbs (??); Extras --Saddle: Ideale Rodee main Selon "Rebour"; Toe Clips: Brevete AFA Christophe; Rear rack: Pletscher Rear Bicycle Rack (“Modell C”)

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Old 10-17-18, 09:28 PM
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I had a 1973 back then. Great ride! One of the bikes I'd buy again if I came across it. (mine was a white 21"). The year I had came with Mafac Comp brakes, which at that time I poo pooed but now realize were pretty darn nice. Very much worth the $250 (used) I spent then. These bikes are not very common and represent some of the best production French in that era. Andy
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