I think Rekord E
All sorts of Rad in that picture- I trust the fog lights are yellow.
Minus a point if not.
that is superb
Came here to post that. Here's another shot.
Meh, not riding Peugeot bikes. ;)
The Pug looks odd to me as it hasn't got the period french black background ad silver plate with the old style area code reg.
Still a cool car.
Needs yellow headlights
nice find! interesting to see four different versions of the team frames on/near the car
Big fan of this one.
Indeed! The one one the rear even seems alu...
Ah I was getting ready to go and hunt Marktplaats for ti TVM frames!
Could be as well! Hard to tell with the black dropouts. Here's a ti example
Looking at it again I’d say you are right and it is Al - the gazelle ti frames I’ve had/seen have always had a seat post collar not a binder bolt as pictured up there… it’s an Alu Pro Race
Peter over on Facebook. Knows it all.
'you cant park there'
My new + old contribution to this fantastic thread and thanks to @1_n for the link. Here's my new project, a recreation of my dream car when I was a kid. The 1984 Giro d'Italia Campagnolo service car (my kids call her Miles). The plan is to do support for groups or event promoters. Hope you all like it as much as I do. Follow on Insta @campagnolocar
yes dude. superb
Hahaha, cool man, well done.
Living the dream with matching cap👍🏼
That's a great pic, shame we can't see the rest of the car. The Ghibli wheel was launched in '86 so could be an '86 or '87 car. I'd love to know the timeline on the Campagnolo service cars. This one (Opel) looks late 80's - can't make out the number on the race directors plate but Fagor existed from 85-89.
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