Re: [CR] For Sale items 2/5/01


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Date: Wed, 02 May 2001 16:12:53 +0100
Subject: Re: [CR] For Sale items 2/5/01
From: "Hilary Stone" <Hilary.Stone@Tesco.net>
To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


Some of you may have noticed I have put some items onto Ebay ­ a boxed Brampton chain, a pair Of Campag Gran Sport gear/fixed hubs with 'open' C Q/Rs and a Simplex Competition rod operated front derailleur. I will be adding some more items later today. This does not mean that CR members won't normally get a first crack at the bits and books I have available ­ they will normally be offered on CR first unless it is an item I find very difficult to put a price on.

Anyway here goes with some more bits and pieces. All items are priced in $. Postage will be extra charged at cost. Enquire for actual cost if you like before deciding. Payment can be made in cash with dollars or by money order in Pounds sterling ($1.40 to 1 pound sterling). American Express Travellers cheques are also fine. Regards Hilary Stone

Holdsworth Cyclone frame forks frame number 17282 c1950 23 3/4in seat tube centre-to-top, 22 1/2in top tube centre-to-centre. This frame features the earlier type of Cyclone lugwork with small windows in the head lugs. The lugwork is a very attractively hancut. The frame is in generally excellent condition and is at present unpainted. It has Agrati reinforced rear dropouts. Unpainted as is $210. I can get it painted at Argos Cycles in whatever finish you desire. Argos are one of the premier painters in Britain and I can get correct style transfers including the special top tube Holdsworth Cyclone transfers. See http://www.Argoscycles.com for prices of paintwork which can include the period correct box lining.

The Kennedy Bros published in the 1970s and 1980s yearly booklets on bothe the TDF and the Giro as well as a good series of booklets covering particular riders and some on a theme. These booklets are mostly close to A5 in format and are generally very well illustrated. They are a generally a great introduction to their topic being written by some of the leading cycling writers of the day. They are becoming harder to find now. I Have three titles at present available: Eternal Second ­ The Raymond Poulidor Story by David Armstrong c1972 32pp Plenty of good photos as well as a good account of his career. Not common and in mint condition $25 Maitre Jacques The Jacques Anquetil Story by David Armstrong 36pp A little tatty and tiny torn section from rear cover but contents perfect $20 Yellow Jersey from Eugene Christophe to Eddy Merckx by Noel Henderson 37pp Classic text on the TDF Yellow Jersey winners. Mint condition $25

Continental Cycle Racing by Noel Henderson published by Pelham Books 1970 192pp Noel Henderson analyses the complete histories of the continental classics and the major stage races together with the World Championships. In the penultimate chapter he ranks the riders according to their successes. In 1970 Coppi was top but Eddy Merckx was already ranked 8th despite having only won the first of five tours. A good selection of photos and fascinating reading as well as a great reference tool. Missing dustjacket $40

Raleigh Record Ace transfers late style in smallish script probably c1980-82 Includes 1980 Tour de France Ti-Raleigh winner sticker Very rare $30

GB ŒGirder¹ aluminium stem 5cm. Classic stem from 50s and 60s. Very good condition, no scratches or bruising of any significance but could do with polish No handlebar clamp bolt $20

Pair of all leather cycling shoes English size 3 equivalent to continental 36/37, but I¹m not sure about American shoe sizes. All leather soles with just very light wear. Black leather uppers which are almost unmarked and shallow leather heel. Very unusual being so small. No provision for bolted on cleats so old style nailed on cleats would be only way to have cleats. Make looks like The ??? Harrick Sprint Shoe Summer. Quite wide. $30

Mafac Racer Dural Forge centre-pull callipers. Excellent condition. Complete with correct Mafac brake shoes but pads are worn. Supplied with new straddle wires. $55

Simplex Prestige rear derailleur model 537P c1965-72 Very Good condition except for a few rust marks on derailleur cage looks only verry lightly used with minimal wear to jockey wheels. No wear can be felt in parallelogram. Excellent for that PX10. $45

Cyclo Benelux Mk8 Tourist rear derailleur Very good condition with only the slight hint of wear to jockey sprocket and featuring the Cyclo patent roller for tensioning the chain. Looks like 5-speed or 4-speed 1/8 but it is not marked $50

Simplex long arm touring derailleur c1950s with mount for two bolt fixing on some special dropouts or the two bolt fixing on the underside of the chainstay. Top arm has a little rust but rest is very good. Both pulleys show only light signs of wear Supplied complete with cage tensioning spring and chainstay clip. $40

Cycling Yearbook by Noel Henderson published by Pelham 1970. 128pp Covers the whole of the 1970 season both in Britain and the world. Chapters on cyclo-cross, time trials record breaking road racing, The Tour of Britain, the World Championships, the big three Tours and the Clasics. Special chapters written by Beryl Burton, Les West and Hugh Porter. Excellent condition hardback with very good colour dustjacket and some good photos. $20

My Cycling Life by Medwin Clutterbuck. Amateur published 80pp booklet. Medwin Clutterbuck was a life long cyclist and rode 1000 mile tours in Europe and Britain from the 1920s right up to the 1980s. Fascinating account, some photos from his later tours. $12

The Ti-Raleigh Story by Peter Duker published by ProNews 1980 50pp A4 Has sections on Reg Harris, Peter Post, Grand Prix of Frankfurt, 1976 season, Bill Nickson, Three Peaks, etc etc Masses of photos Softback Excellent clean condition with a few ads. $55