[CR]re: FS: 1982 Gazelle Champion Mondial AB-frame

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Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 10:54:27 +1000
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
From: "Ben Kamenjas" <kamenjas@gmail.com>
Subject: [CR]re: FS: 1982 Gazelle Champion Mondial AB-frame

Nice frameset Freek !!! I'm sure it will find a happy owner (if only I had slightly longer legs). I noticed the words BCM stamped on the backside of the fork crown in the below pic ...

http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/Freeks-racefietsen/ Gazelle+1982+for+sale/KIF_5454.JPG.html

Excuse my simple deduction but is that a BoCaMa fork crown?


Ben Kamenjas Kensington, New South Wales Australia
> I'm offering for sale a 1982 Gazelle Champion Mondial frame, (61 c-t
> seattube) in a very attractive pearl-white and red metallic headtube
> and
> seattube band. Front fork is fully chromed.
> Geometry is as follows:
> - 61 c-t seattube
> - 57 or 57,5 c-c toptube (as ususal for Gazelle, short for the size)
> - wheelbase 99.2 cm
> - 126 mm rear width
> - for 27.2 mm seatpost
> - English threaded bottom bracket shell
> The frame has a number tag on the toptube (for that professional look).
> Paint condition is good to reasonable: it has several scratches from
> use,
> and some smaller rust spots from neglect. It polished up quite nice
> though,
> you can see some of that urtle Wax residue in the pics! Two things are
> a bit
> of a disappointment: the engraved zip-code near the seatcluster and the
> added bottle cage mounts on the seattube. The zip-code was the Dutch
> way to
> prevent theft, or make it easier to find the bike you rightfully
> owned, the
> added bottle cage mounts are reasonably well done. For more details:
> see the
> (as ususal brutally sharp) pics here:
> http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/Freeks-racefietsen/
> Gazelle+1982+for+sale/