My post should have read Monson, MA swap meet, not Monson, CT swap meet.
BTW, I'll be selling and bringing lots and lots of nice stuff.
> Raleigh International frame and fork for sale. Either 1974 or 1975 - I'll
> check if that makes a difference to a potential buyer. 58 c-t seat tube,
> 55.5 c-c top tube, 40.25" wheelbase, 123mm rear. Beautiful champagne
> color with half chrome socks front and rear, chromed Nervex Pro headlugs
> and fork crown. This one has "good brazing" when compared to the horror
> stories this list has discussed on occasion i.e. no gaps, voids, blobs,
> etc. Overall in very excellent condition - probably among the best used,
> original paint/decal example around. Just a few small/minor scratches to
> paint and some small blems to decals. Overall look when built is near
> perfect. Of course Reynolds 531 DB throughout and a really sweet gentle
> bend along most of the length of the forks. Chrome is outstanding with
> just one tiny pit on the fork crown the size of a sharpened pencil tip.
> Price is $295.- plus actual shipping but will happily deliver to Monson,
> CT swap this Sunday for free.
> Also for sale to the buyer of the frame is a bar/stem/brake combo.
> Includes a set of 3ttt Competizionne bars (41.5cm e-e) and stem (10cm) in
> excellent condition with nice white cloth tape (some dirt from use) and
> proper slotted Weinmann brake levers with nice white Carlton hoods.
> Levers are polished. Proper Weinmann calipers minus the brake pads are
> also included and in very excellent condition.
> Price for this combo is $50.-
> Pictures of the bike built up as I used to ride her can be found on the
> wooljersey site under "Eric Elman's Bicycles."
> Here's the link:
> If shipping is required, it may be a week or so before I can get it
> properly boxed and sent.
> Eric Elman
> Somers, CT USA