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1975 Eisentraut Limited

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Mixed Columbus, Ishiwata/63 cm/1975


Eisentraut Sloped crown/Campagnolo Record

Super Champion/Campagnolo Record/Clement

Super Champion/Campagnolo Record/Clement

Campagnolo Super Record/Campagnolo Record

Brooks Professional/Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Campagnolo Super Record/Sedis

Campagnolo Super Record

Campagnolo Super Record

The Limited was conceived as a lower-cost, more complete alternative to the Eisentraut No. 1. Production began in 1975 in the hands of Bruce Gordon, who opened shop on his own a year or so later. This is believed to be one of the earlier builds. There is no serial number, but the sloping fork crown and clip-on hardware would indicate a 1975 or 1976. It is in excellent original condition with very minor blemishes. Bought as a frameset only, it was kitted with Campagnolo Super Record drivetrain. Very well-balanced ride

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Hey, does this frame use a

Hey, does this frame use a 27.2 seatpost? Ive got one from 1975, and was told that it had a 27.0 post in it, yet a 27.0 sits loose in the tube.

Another "Fantastic"

addition to your collection!


Brilliant build.

Beautiful bike.

Beautiful bike. I'm squinting at the first pic though and trying to figure out what's going on with your derailleurs.


Just looks as if the chain is too short once on big ring. A few extra links should be of help. What is compounding the situation is it appears to be riding down the backside of the ring, being caught by the FD.

Oh man, one of most delicous

Oh man, one of most delicous race bikes I have ever seen!!! Lucky man! :-)


A very clean ride, that has to be the tallest bike I've ever seen!

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