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1970 Raleigh International conversion

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1970 Raleigh International, 65 cm (25.5")

Chopped Nashbar Easyriders (48 cm), GB stem

Campy original

700c Velocity Deep V, Formula hub

700c Velocity Deep V, Formula hub

Campy Record

Selle San Marcos Regal, Campy Record Seatpost (27.2)

MKS Sylvan track, MKS steel toe clips, ALE straps, KMC Z610HX chain (3/32)

45t Campy, 16t Phil Wood, 17t Surly

Done.

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Looks good.

Glad you kept all the braze-ons and the derailleur hanger, just in case you sell it some day. Old Internationals sell for quite a bit, usually.
Looks good, glad it's being ridden and is still able to go back to original.

Looks good.

Thank you. Ya, I actually paid *cough* 400 bucks for it in '03 with the OG. Since then, it's been pushed over 3 times, resulting in 3 top tube dents (hence, the weiner pad) so it won't be of much value.

gears.

gears.

gears.

It works just fine without a bicycle dingleberry.

+1: Gears. good job on

+1: Gears.

good job on ruining a bike

hey thanks!

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beautiful (large) bike haha.

beautiful (large) bike haha. the green silver and white look very classy.

beautiful (large) bike haha.

Thanks. Ya, I'm 6'5". Fits like a glove. I hope it lasts another 40 years.

This aggression will not stand, dude

This aggression will not stand, dude

I AGREE WITH MAX

ANY OTHER FRAME WILL DO



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