[CR] Viner bike, Rauler frame and other items for Sale 2/6/04


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Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2004 14:22:57 +0100
Subject: [CR] Viner bike, Rauler frame and other items for Sale 2/6/04
From: "Hilary Stone" <hilary.stone@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


Latest list of a bike, a 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, a bike $220.

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

VINER 56cm ROAD BIKE c1986 C-Record, Super Record Offered for sale is a 56cm ctc (58cm ctt) Viner road bike with a 55cm ctc top tube and dating about 1986. This bike has had very little use and is virtually mint. The paintwork is practically unmarked and all the transfers are near perfect. The frame was built from Columbus SLX tubing and has aero brake cable routing. A Campagnolo late pattern Super Record chainset (unfluted) is fitted together with 1990 Athena gears and brakes including shifters. The seatpost is Super Record and the bars are Cinelli Campione Del Mondo. Wheels are 28H Campagnolo small flange Record hubs on Mavic CX18 sprint rims with a 13-18T 6-speed freewheel. No pedals are included. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a lovely lugged steel frame with some choice equipment. All the equipment is in excellent condition - even the braking surfaces of the rims are hardly marked. $465 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1085129552347_Viner_bike.jpg http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1082598285915_Viner_details.jpg

RAULER ROAD FRAME 53cm ctc (54cm ctt) made c1979. It has a 54cm ctc top tube and is 126 mm across the rear ends. The frame is fitted with the rare Campagnolo Portacatena rear ends and is complete with the aluminium piece for the chain to derail onto. The Portacatena system was designed to speed wheel changes but never really caught on. It uses a special Campagnolo gear lever (a NOS set is included. Rauler it is believed worked for Colnago before setting up on his own - the standard of workmanship looks to be equally good. $245 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1086508359929_Rauler_frame.jpg http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1085632499387_Rauler_details.jpg

MAVIC ROAD HUBS 1980s 28H with 126mm rear spacing. The bearings feel very smooth and without play and the shells and Q/Rs are excellent. $45 Photos athttp://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1084509920942_Mavic_road_hubs. jpg

SIMPLEX STEEL SEATPIN - measured with a vernier calliper it works out at 26.4/26.6mm and should fit many French frames with metric dimensioned tubing. The shaft has some fine pitting and there is a little pitting to the top and fittings also; the badge is close to perfect. The Simplex steel seatpins are really rather rare and were introduced in 1959 and running through to the early 1970s. $85 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1084843113003_Simplex_steel_seat pin.jpg

SUPER CHAMPION OSGEAR c1936/7 3-speed The Super Champion gear was the first derailleur to be allowed in the Tour de France in 1937 after the regulations on gears was relaxed and was the gear of choice of most road racers pre WWII and in the immediate post WWII period. When imported into the UK they were called Osgears. These gears are very rare and give a road racing machine of the late 30s - early 50s a wonderful distinctive appearance. I will supply a copy of instructions for setting up the Osgear. It comes complete with the original Super Champion chainwheel guide, Super Champion spoke disc and most rarely the original Super Champion freewheel with 15, 17, 18T and French threads. The gear itself is only very lightly used and the freewheel teeth also only show light/medium wear and is perfectly useable. $225 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1083024567021_Osgear_Super_Champ ion.jpg http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1084976970567_Osgear_cata.jpg

THE CUSTOM BICYCLE excellent copy of this interesting book 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. $30

SHIMANO 14-34T 5-SPEED FREEWHEEL NOS $20

SHIMANO GOLD 14-28T 5-SPEED FREEWHEEL NOS with straight (not twisted UG) teeth from the 1970s or 80s. $20

SHIMANO 600 BRAKESET NOS from the middle/late 1980s. It has allen bolt fitting with a drop of 39-49mm. $35 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1080947506694_Shimano_600_brakes .jpg

EVEREST RED AETERNA TEFLON CHAIN suitable for 5, 6-speed and 7-speed freewheels. $20

CAMPAGNOLO RALLY REAR DERAILLEUR very good example of Campagnolo¹s top line touring derailleur from the 1970s and 1980s. It was introduced first in 1974 and continued in production until about 1980 - this one dates from the early 1980s. There are a few minor marks but nothing of any real significance. $55 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1081507225961_Campag_Rally_rear_ mech.jpg

REYNOLDS RANDONNEUR BARS NOS c1948 - exceptionally rare pair from the late 1940s. They have a truly wonderful shape and are 18in (46cm) wide ctc. $65 Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1081800943569_Reynolds_Randonneu r_bars.jpg

MODOLO PRO BRAKES NOS BOXED blue anodised brakes which in the early 1980s was the only brake to challenge the Campagnolo Super Record and that was without doubt the Modolo Professional. Ideal for most road bikes of the era (the drop is approx 42 to 52mm and with standard nut fitting) they are incredibly jewel like. Absolutely perfect in original box complete with instructions, cleaning duster!, transfer etc Photos at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1082453643159_Modolo_Pro_brakes. jpg

BICYCLE MECHANICS excellent copy of Bicycle Mechanics by Steve Snowling and Ken Evans. Steve Snowling was one of the top international bike mechanics working with the pro teams - this book is full of information on the important parts of setting up a race bike properly including how to really glue a tubular tyre on. Published 1989 so not much on indexed gears. 160 pages $18

HUGH PORTER AUTOBIOGRAPHY - excellent copy of Hugh Porter¹s Champion on Two Wheels. Hugh Porter was one of the most successful track pursuiters in the late 1960s and 1970s winning four world championships. 187 pages. $24