[CR]FS: assorted vintage parts


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Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 21:18:08 -0400
From: Russ Fitzgerald <velocio@earthlink.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]FS: assorted vintage parts

I've got a few items to sell off. Prices do not include shipping, but are negotiable.

1. Wheelset, large-flange Normandy hubs, no label, with block letter "Normandy" stamped on barrels. These have the fancier flanges with the milling, which leads me to suspect they are Luxe Competitions that have lost their red or gold labels. Laced to Fiamme red label tubular rims with a few bits of rust on the ferrules. I suspect all would clean up to be pretty presentable. Needs repack, no skewers. $40?

2. Large-flange Campagnolo Tipo hubs laced to mismatched 27-in rims. Currently the rear wears a SunTour corncob freewheel. Rusty but useable straight-handled Campy skewers. Need a repack. $30?

3. Campagnolo Record low-flange 32-hole hubs, 126mm rear spacing. Rear has been repacked, front feels smooth but dry, they're pretty but not mint, call it good to very good, correct skewer for the rear hub, nasty rusty funky Gnutti straight-handled skewer for the front, and I'll throw an a funky but nice straight-handled Campy skewer handle attached to who knows what sort of rod and adjuster knob. $50?

4. Gran Compe non-aero brake levers, probably c. 1980, with generic black rubber hood covers, good user shape. Got something Japanese that needs brake levers? $10!

5. SunTour Ultra Winner 6-speed freewheel, 13-32 with three spare cogs, used but in its box, $20? Another $7 gets you a SunTour Ultra 6 chain in its box and wrapper, apparently basement stored, with a little bit of rust but should clean up quite nicely ...

Thanks!
Russ Fitzgerald
Greenwood, SC
velocio@earthlink.net