7x frames - rock lobster added

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  • Lots of goodness, clearing out because I have been hoarding

    Chas Roberts yellow fillet/lugged track frame and forks
    Wound up forks (cut to fit slammed with Chris king headset)
    Reynolds service de course tubing
    1 1/8th head tube with slight extension
    ST CTC - 55cm
    ST CTT - 57.5cm
    TT - 57cm
    £470 -£450 - £440 - £420

    Paul Donohue silver tig welded road frame and fork
    1 inch threaded fork
    Reynolds 531c
    ST CTC - 57.5cm
    ST CTT - 60cm
    TT - 58cm
    £220 - £200 - £190 - £170

    Paris (Condor) blue Road frame and fork
    Lovely cinelli feather lugs and campag dropouts
    Columbus tubing
    (Random shimano bb included)
    ST CTC - 58.5cm
    ST CTT - 60cm
    TT - 56cm
    £200 - £180 - £170 - £160

    Greg lemond team gan blue and yellow road frame and fork
    Columbus tubing and dropouts
    (Bb not included)
    ST CTC - 58cm
    ST CTT - 59.5cm
    TT - 58cm
    £240 - £220 - £210 - £190

    SOLD Peugeot 1989/90 Road frame and fork
    Reynolds 653
    Chrome dropouts and stays
    Campag chorus headset
    ST CTC - 56.5cm
    ST CTT - 58cm
    TT - 56.5cm
    £150 - £130 SOLD

    Dave Hinde green retro mtb frame and fork
    I love this thing but it’s too small. A lot of potential for a very cool build.
    Fillet brazed with canti brakes for 26inch wheels
    Reynolds 531c
    (Bb not included)
    ST - CTC - 45cm
    ST - CTT - 48cm
    TT - 55cm
    £250 - £230 - £220 - £200

    Rock lobster cross frame and fork
    Enve cross fork
    Chris king headset
    Hand built in Santa Cruz by Paul Sadoff, these frames are very expensive and highly desirable.
    Seat tube - CTC 56.5cm, CTT 61.5cm.
    Top tube - CTC 58cm
    Headtube - 165mm
    Max tyre size 40c.
    £500 plus postage (cheap - I’m selling for what I paid for it).

    I’m rubbish at pics but loads can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/LvYwVHJFFnVxSv­xKA

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  • Uhhh, the Roberts is very cool!

  • Some beautiful frames here. What rear spacing is the Donohue, and do you think it'll take 32's?

  • Donohue is my favourite, but it’s a little small for me.
    130mm spacing but I have had 135mm hubs in there easily.
    32’s are a no. I think I had 28’s max. It’s the fork that’s the limiting factor.

  • Dibs on the Dave hinde subject to some questions/ answers.
    I’ll pm

  • Sent you a PM re the Peugeot

  • Sorry I missed it, I have now replied

  • How much steerer is on the wound ups? Do you know if are they the zephyr or standard road?

  • Can measure and pretty sure they are just the road ones, although clearance is tight but I can check for you

  • Interested in the woundups too depending on steerer length

  • Taken £20 off all frames and will post for free within uk fully insured via Parcelforce 48

  • 28s might still be okay - do you have a photo of it built? And how's the fit for someone your height?

  • I’m 6ft 4 so it’s too small for me, here is a really awful pic

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  • Donohue still available? thanks

  • Peugeot sold -
    want them gone ASAP as I’m skint

  • Another price drop. Taken £10 off all frames and will post for free within uk fully insured via Parcelforce 48

  • more price drops before ebay

  • the roberts is nice af !

  • Cheers it’s a rare one

  • Interested in Roberts frames.

  • Lots of tyre kickers but no sales.
    Chas roberts can be had for £350 with alpina fork instead of wound up

  • What’s the size of the rock lobster?

  • Also interested in the Rock Lobster pending sizes.

  • that rock lobster is PERFECT!!!

    I wish I could afford it.

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7x frames - rock lobster added

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