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Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2008 15:25:16 -0700 (PDT)
From: "R Verhoeven" <customlugs@yahoo.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
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Mystery bike w/ Campy NR –(~1971) Seat tube:  51 cm center to center Top tube:  55 cm center to center Serial NUMBER:  3847  71 Lugged frame and fork Campy dropouts No frame braze-ons but includes chrome campy seat tube cable guide and top tube guides (1 campy, 1 huret). Black repaint (decent but with some chips). No graphics or headbadge. Parts include: Campy NR clamp on shifters, NR front derailleur, NR rear derailleur  ’71. Campy Tipo large flange hubs w/campy skewers, Mavic Montlery tubular rims, 36 Wienmann brake levers and front centerpull 610 caliper (junk rear caliper) Nervar Star cranks(some wear and scratches), Unicanitor leather saddle(smoo th, padded, worn but no tears), straight seatpost w/ clamp, Lyotard pedals, Christophe clips and straps, AVA stem and ?bars, ?headset, no tires. I believe that all parts (except maybe toe clips and straps which are newer ) are appropriate age for frame.  All Campy parts appear to be in fair to good shape.  Nervar cranks and Mavic rims show the most wear.Â

Bike is dirty but in straight and fair condition. Sold as is. The person I bought it from thought it was a Bianchi but I haven’t the foggiest (the original color looks to be red). $185 plus shipping Photos available   Rick VerHoeven Twin Falls, ID 208-308-6209 customlugs@yahoo.com Â