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Year: 2000s Condition: Fair Black 0 degree 27.2x330mm Thomson post in fair condition. Although the post does show some wear and scratches, Thomson's high-quality manufacturing is evident. Made in USA.
Year: 2000s Condition: Very Good Four-bolt Thomson stem with a 25.4 bar clamp and 100mm extension. Clean condition showing off Thomson's high quality American machining.
Year: 1980s Condition: Good Good condition set of high-quality Superbe brakes with recessed nuts for your mid-80s build. Logos are in great shape and the brakes are still shiny, with some minor surface rust on the springs being the only flaw.
Year: 1986 Condition: Very Good Classic mid-80s derailleur from Suntour's top of the line Superbe group. Features the cool and lightweight "continuous band" clamp and the original logo printing is in fantastic condition. With double and triple compatibility, this derailleur is a great choice for any 1980s road or touring bike.
Year: 1981 Condition: Poor Classic front derailleur from Suntour's excellent Superbe group. The "continuous band" clamp is lightweight and unique. The chrome is flaking off the cage, but the derailleur is otherwise in excellent functional condition.
Year: 1970s Condition: Poor Older 36H front hub from Suntour's Superbe group. Original skewer is included and hub feels smooth. The right side flange shows some damage, so this hub is best used for parts.
Year: 1985 Condition: Good High-end adjustable bottom bracket from Suntour's excellent Superbe Pro group. Although the BB shows signs of use, all bearing races are in excellent condition with no pitting. Includes original crank bolts (not pictured).
Year: 1986 Condition: Good Beautiful mid-80s crankset from the top of the line Superbe Pro group. Original 52/42 rings in great shape and 170mm arm length. Driveside does show scratches from chain drops but still looks great and all logos are present. Original dust caps are included. The Superbe Pro group is an interesting alternative to the typical Campagnolo or Dura Ace groups, with similar quality and craftsmanship.
Year: 1989 Condition: Very Good This Superbe Pro rear derailleur is a very good example from Suntour's seldom seen late 80s Superbe Pro group. The finish on this derailleur is spectacular and decal is in fantastic shape. Original pulley wheels and no sign of crash damage makes this derailleur worthy of your high-end 1980s restoration.
Year: 1980s Condition: Good Rear freewheel hub from Suntour's highly-regarded Superbe Pro group. Great luster and decals, and the original skewer is included. 36H for a strong rear wheel build. Hub is very smooth and a great choice for an 80s road or touring build.
Year: 1980s Condition: Very Good This 27.2 Superbe post is an amazing way to finish off your build and is a strong and beautiful upgrade over a basic generic post. Suntour's two bolt system means your saddle won't slip, and this post is uncut for maximum adjustment. Decal is in excellent condition and the only scratches are well below the limit line.
Year: 1987 Condition: New in Box Excellent example of Suntour's classic Winner freewheel. 6 Speeds and 13-24T cogs make this a perfect pairing for any vintage Suntour group and a great way to cap off your 1980s restoration.
Year: 1994/1995 Condition: New in Box New in box set of Dura Ace hubs. Rare standard HG freehub body make these an excellent choice for a beautiful, smooth-rolling wheelset for any bike, vintage or modern. 36H for strong, durable wheels that will last for many years to come.
Year: 1991-1996 Condition: Very Good Great example of Shimano's first STI, the 8-Speed Dura Ace ST-7400. Although used, these levers present very well, with minimal scratching and excellent logos. These STI's are functional and ready to be paired with a 7400 group on your vintage road bike.
Year: 1985 Condition: Excellent Set of mid-80s Dura Ace brakes in incredible condition. Original pads and holders. Recessed nut attachment. A perfect way to finish off your Dura Ace equipped restoration or an excellent upgrade to any vintage road bike.
Year: 1989 Condition: Fair Attractive crankset from Shimano's 1980s and 1990s 7400 Dura Ace group. 172.5mm arm length. Rings are in poor shape and outer ring is non-original. Crank arms are in fair condition, with lots of scratches but no cracks or taper deforming. Great choice for any vintage that could use a touch of Dura Ace.
Year: 1980s-1990s Condition: Very Good Clean Dura Ace FD to round out your 7400-equipped bike. Minimal scratches and wear mean this smooth shifting derailleur will look great on a clean restoration, but isn't too nice to be used.
Year: 1993 Condition: New in Box NOS HG cassette to keep your 8-Speed Dura Ace bike on the road. 12-23T tooth count and original box and packaging with no signs of use. The perfect way to finish off a restoration and ensure a complete DA-7400 group.
Year: 1986 Condition: Good Good rider-condition Dura Ace rear derailleur from Shimano's highly-regarded 7400 group. Scratches and wear are present but the derailleur is still shiny and shows no damage. Original pulley wheels are still in good shape.
Year: 1986 Condition: Very Good Classic 8-speed Dura Ace derailleur from the long-running 7400 group. Presents very well with minimal wear or scratches, original pulley wheels, and no signs of crash damage. An excellent example for any DA-7400 equipped bike.
Year: 1980s Condition: Fair Classic Italian saddle in a great brown/gold colorway. Saddle shows some wear at the back corner and is missing the right side badge but still retains the feel and look these saddles are known for.
Year: 1970s Condition: New in Box Incredibly rare Titanium freewheel from Regina of Italy. These freewheels were extremely expensive and reserved for top-of-the-line weight-weenie builds of the day. Not many were made and not many survive. This 5-Speed 14-22T example is new in the original box and would push your vintage restoration to the next level!
Year: 1986 Condition: Good Sweet 80mm Nitto Jaguar stem for your vintage NJS Keirin build or any 1" threaded bike. Nice aggressive profile and 25.4 clamp. Some nicks and scratches but Nitto's legendary finish still shines.
Year: 1980s Condition: Very Good Clean set of Modolo's top of the line Master Pro brakes utilizing titanium hardware for the ultimate in lightweight performance. These Italian-made brakes were seen on pro bikes in the 1980s, and the bronze color adds a unique touch to any 80s European restoration. Brakes show use but are very good for the age.
Year: ~1990s Condition: Fair Classic pair of Cinelli drop bars with a standard 26.0 clamp. Although there is some wear on the center portion, there are no deep scratches and the logos are in excellent condition. A perfect option for your 1990s/2000s road bike or for fans of a traditional bend. Includes original packaging.
Year: 1980s Condition: Like New Extremely lightweight and rare Campagnolo 7sp 12-27T alloy freewheel. This is by far the lightest freewheel I've ever seen, and I would guess the same would be true for you. 12-27T range means it's not a knee-killer and the unused condition means it still has plenty of miles to go, though it would be equally at home on a show bike.
Year: ~1987 Condition: New in Box New in box Campagnolo C-Record Cobalto Brake and Lever set. An extremely rare find perfect for your restoration or show bike. Brakes appear unused, box shows wear as seen.
Year: 1980s Condition: Excellent 1980s C-Record headset in incredible condition. Although used, the headset shows almost no flaws and would be just as at home on a show bike as it would a rider. Beautiful, high-end headset from one of Campagnolo's most legendary groups.
Year: 1983-1986 Condition: Excellent Excellent example of Campagnolo's beautiful C-Record Aero Seatpost. Post is nearly flawless, with some minor scratches near the base of the post, well below the limit line. 27.2 size and an incredibly shiny polished finish make this a perfect fit for your vintage Italian restoration.
Year: ~2000 Condition: Excellent Very nice uncut 27.2 Record Ti post from Campagnolo. Almost flawless above the limit line, some minor scratches below. Simple, understated design and Ti ride quality make this a classy upgrade to any road bike, new or vintage. Original box is included.
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