[CR] English touring frame and other items for Sale 9/6/04

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Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2004 14:09:48 +0100
Subject: [CR] English touring frame and other items for Sale 9/6/04
From: Hilary Stone <hilary.stone@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>

Latest list of an English touring frame and other parts for sale to CR members before or after they have been to Ebay. Please ask for photos if you're interested. I can deliver some items for a nominal cost to the Cirque. A frame at present costs $120 to send to the USA.

If you have trouble getting the picture links to work make sure you get or paste in the whole link as some of you I know are having trouble with lines not wrapping properly.

All items are priced in $. Shipping will be extra charged at cost. Payment can be made in cash with dollars or by money order in Pounds sterling ($1.70 to 1 GBP). American Express Travellers cheques in $ are also fine. I can take PayPal but I have to charge 5% extra to cover what my bank charges me.

Regards Hilary Stone, Bristol, England

F E DUNNING TOURING FRAME 22in (CTT) with 22 1/4in top tube CTC). 18 1/4in chainstays. Dunning was an English framebuilder from Willsden in North London. The frame has a custom tubular rear rack. The head lugs are really rather pretty and unusual and what appears to be a stand mount is brazed between the chainstays in front of the chainstay bridge. A fitting for a Cyclo Standard rear derailleur is brazed onto the right hand chainstay as well as mounts for Mafac cantilever brakes. Original transfers in very good condition. It¹s quite difficult to date this frame but I would guess early to mid 50s. Totally unique. $195 Pics on request

VELOX RUBBER HANDLEBAR PLUGS NOS Cream, blue, green or red The best handlebar end plug. $10 a pair

1940s RUBBER BRAKE HOODS RARE NOS, green, the rubber is still supple and uncracked. $25 See pic at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1085349700295_Early_rubbers_brak e_hoods.jpg

CAMPAGNOLO AERO BOTTLE UNUSED - almost certainly from the second half of the 1980s. $20 See pic at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1084531925192_Campag_aero_bottle .jpg

REGINA AMERICA ALUMINIUM FREEWHEEL NOS 7-speed 13-19T in practically perfect condition. $55 See pic at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1086905929907_Regina_America_all oy_freewh.jpg

ROYCE SEALED BEARING LARGE FLANGE HUBS excellent condition 32/32H. These particular hubs date from the 1980s though are practically identical in design to the ones manufactured today. They feature Reynolds 531 axles and the very best in Japanese sealed cartridge bearings. These hubs would help to build the most wonderful pair of wheels for an 80s machine; they are 126mm over the rear locknuts and are for a six-speed freewheel. Royce are a small absolutely top notch British cycle components company that began in the early 1980s. The finish and the detailing is absolutely exquisite - finer than anything from Campagnolo. $75 See pics at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1083790475306_Royce_large_flange _hubs.jpg

HURET COMPETITION STANDARD REAR GEAR NOS from about 1948. This version with the single gear lever is quite a bit rarer than the twin lever version. It can be adjusted for 3, 4 and 5-speed freewheels both 3/32 and 1/8in and would make a great addition to any late 40s road bike. It bolts to the rear dropout. $45 See pics at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1086100478312_Huret_wire_deraill eur.jpg


6-SPEED 13-23T to clear $15 each

COVENTRY 1/2 x 1/8in CHAIN NOS made by Renolds and in its original box. 114 links. This is ideal for use on track, fixed wheel, hub geared and single speed bikes such as Raleigh. $24

RENOLDS COVENTRY 1/2 x 3/32in CHAIN NOS Great for older derailleur geared bikes, 5 or 6speed. Super quality $18

GUINNESS GUIDE CYCLING 1970s rare very good condition. Written by Jean Durry and J B Wadley two of the best cycling journos of the time and published in 1977. It is 220 pages long and is fully illustrated. Large format, history, racing, bikes including Rene Herse Randonneur bike, Mercier road bike and specs of Lejeune, Motobecane, Peugeot, Gitane and Raleigh models with pictures. Tears to dustjacket but otherwise excellent. $40

THE CUSTOM BICYCLE excellent HARDBACK copy of the The Custom Bicycle by Michael Kolin and Denise de la Rosa. This is a classic work which looks in detail at the work of 14 framebuilders - Condor, Bob Jackson, Mercian, Harry Quinn, Jack Taylor, Raleigh Special Products, Woodrup, CNC, Gitane, Peugeot, Cinelli, Pogliaghi, Guierciotti and Schwinn. Also featured are Proteus Design, Bill Boston, Francisco Cuevas, Bruce Gordon, Albert Eisentraut, Assenmacher. There¹s an extended section on frame fitting. $40