For Sale Items

Campy NR bottom bracket: Used BB set, spindle measures 115mm. English treads. The flats on the fixed cup and the holes on the adjustable cup show evidence of an inexperienced mechanic. Second view. and Third view.: $40 plus shipping.

Surly Singleator: Mounted and used once, then removed (frame was wrong size, no problem with the Singleator.): $20 plus shipping.

Campy BB spindles: 68 SS, measure 110 in overall length. Unused. $20 each plus shipping. (One left)

[No photos yet] Mid 80s Scapin frame, fork and headset. Frame specs:
(sizes in cm unless otherwise noted)
Columbus tubing
Seat tube: 58.3
Seat Angle: 74
Top Tube: 57.5
Head Angle: 74.5
Fork Rake: 5.5
Front/center: 60.2
Wheelbase: 100.1
Chainstay: 41
Bottom Bracket drop: 7

Frame was repainted with Imron in dark metalflake blue by Ed Litton, Who does frame building, repair and restoration of vintage lightweight bicycles. The frame uses an Italian threaded bottom bracket. Brazeons include internal top tube cable guide, shifter bosses, head tube pump peg, water bottle bosses on down and seat tubes, front deraileur. No eyelets for fenders. Uses short reach brakes with 700c wheels. There are some minor scratches and chips. $200 plus shipping. Photos to come.

1979 Trek 930 frameset (photos)
56cm 1979 Trek 930 frame, fork and headset. Frame specs are found here

This frame has been repainted by Ed Litton with Imron, which Trek used in 1979. Ed also recreated the decals. Trek offered a list of braze-ons from which the customer could choose. This frame had top tube cable guides, top of the BB shell cable guides, and the right side shifter boss only, plus rear eyelets only. I had Ed add a pump peg behind the head tube, and water bottle mounts on the downtube and seat tube, plus the left side shifter boss. The frame is made with Columbus SL butted tubing. The head set is a used Campy NR. The head tube badge has not been repainted. I've built this up with components, but have not ridden it on the street. $400 plus shipping. Photos to come.