[CR] For Sale Guerciotti SLX frame, Condor 1960s frame, Cinelli stem, Il Primo bars, 1920s Marsh bars, etc

Example: Framebuilders:Brian Baylis

Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 16:30:48 +0100
From: Hilary Stone <hilary.stone@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: classic rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: [CR] For Sale Guerciotti SLX frame, Condor 1960s frame, Cinelli stem, Il Primo bars, 1920s Marsh bars, etc

Hi everyone,

Offered for sale to CR members are a couple more frames and parts from many different periods. Frames cost 75 GBP to be sent to the USA. I can take payment a number of ways - Paypal, cheque in GBP, cash sent registered post, Traveller\u2019s cheques in $ etc. Enquire for shipping costs. With the pound being low in value these are a real bargain... for US buyers. All have pictures you can check out on Photobucket.

Hilary Stone, Bristol, British Isles

GUERCIOTTI COLUMBUS SLX ROAD FRAME 52cm c1986 Seat Tube (ctc) : 52cm Top Tube (ctc): 53cm Wheel size: 700C/sprints with a brake drop of approx 45mm Rear dropout width: 126mm Bottom bracket threads: Italian Frame tubing: Columbus SLX This is a rather nice Guerciotti road frame from the mid 1980s - the frame is exceptionally sound and the paint is generally excellent - there are some chips but these should touch up quite easily. The chrome on the frame is very good; there are some marks and corrosion spots on the forks but they are still very useable. 195 GBP or near offer Pictures can be viewed at: http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Guerciotti-SLX-dets.jpg http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Guerciotti-SLX.jpg

CONDOR ROAD FRAME 23in 1965 Seat Tube (ctt) : 23in Top Tube (ctc): 22.5in Wheel size: Originally 27 x 1 1/4in - will also take 700C with a brake drop of approx 56mm Rear dropout width: 120mm Bottom bracket threads: English Frame number: 31323 This Condor frame is really rather nice - the curved seatstay bridge is very well executed and the whole frame looks very well built. It is built from Reynolds 531 double butted tubing. It probably needs repainting - I can deliver it free of charge for the buyer to Argos Cycles who I consider to be one of the best frame painters in the UK. Details on Argos\u2019 prices can be found at http://www.argoscycles.com/renovation-pricelist.htm 145 GBP or near offer Pictures can be viewed at: http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Condor-1960s-dets.jpg http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Condor-1960s.jpg

FRENCH BARBAG SUPPORT In excellent condition and attaches to the brake centre bolt. 18 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Barbag-support.jpg

CINELLI STEEL STEM 12cm This stem is in very good/excellent condition; the chrome plating has only a few marks - there is a rub mark on the clamp area, two light marks from a vice near the bolt and a little chrome has lifted under the arch. But overall the stem looks really very beautiful with a clear Cinelli stamp and it has not been replated. 75 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Cinelli-Steel-stem.jpg

CINELLI MILANO RED HANDLEBAR END PLUGS 1970s These are in very good condition and fit over the ends of the bars - tape is applied over the plugs. 15 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Cinelli-red-bar-plugs.jpg

IL PRIMO GIRO D\u2019ITALIA HANDLEBARS by Holdsworth 41.5cm wide ctc These are the best pair of these bars I have seen for many years with excellent clear engraving and almost unmarked; they are usefully wide and have a 25.4mm clamp area - they were made I think by GB and are really quite uncommon and date from the 1960s/70s. Il Primo was a trademark used by the Holdsworthy company. 45 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Il-Primo-Giro-DItalia-bars.jpg

MARSH BARS AND STEM 1920s/early 30s These are a very rare pair of Marsh shape bars which are really narrow (just 30cm wide ctc) which were all the fashion in the late 1920s. They come complete with a stem with about an inch and a half of forward reach. They are just perfect for a late 20s machine and will certainly provoke discussion and of course they are handy for going through narrow doorways! 45 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Marsh-barsstem.jpg

MILREMO STEEL 5-pin 170mm CRANKS 1960s In really very useable condition, the LH crank has a small vice mark near the pedal eye but this would not be noticeable once pedals are fitted. 30 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Milremo-5-pin-cranks.jpg

RESILION CANTILETTE FRONT BRAKE NOS 1930s/40s This is in very good condition but is unused and is to fit a oval (not D-shape) fork blades. 45 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Resilion-Cantilette-front-b.jpg

TITAN BARS AND STEM 1950s/60s The bars and stem are in sound condition - the stem is 9cm long and the bars 36cm wide ctc. The stem will need replating for most uses. 20 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Titan-bars--stem.jpg

UNIVERSAL 61 CENTRE-PULL BRAKESET This is in very good lightly used condition and comes complete with hangers straddle wires, bridges etc. Its ideal for a 1960s Italian road bike and has a brake drop of approx 50-65mm front and rear. The rubber lever hoods are not original and are in poor condition. 45 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Universal-61-brakeset.jpg

VAGNER 4-POINT FORK CROWN 1970s As used by De Rosa, Colnago and many other builders of the period 25 GBP http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Vagner4-pt-crown.jpg

BAYLISS WILEY LARGE FLANGE DOUBLE FIXED HUBS Track fixie Offered for sale is a very good pair of Bayliss Wiley Continental large flange double fixed track hubs with 32/40H and 115mm OLD - the chrome is starting to go on the front hub centre. £35 http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r77/hilarystone/Bayliss-Wiley-LF-DF.jpg

LEATHER HAIRNET HELMET 1950s/60s This is in very nice condition and is marked size 59. 20 GBP