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claud butler fixed

fixiebobfixiebob Posts: 222
edited October 2007 in Road general
I just bought a fixed wheel bike its a yellow claud butler that was being used for grass track racing. It has horizontal dropouts that are chromed as are the fork ends.
The frame was to big for me i bought it for the wheels and drivetrain its a little rusty but not bad is it worth me sticking it on ebay or is it better off ending its life at the back of my shed.

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  • fixiebobfixiebob Posts: 222
    I am new to this how do i add pics
  • Aidy40Aidy40 Posts: 178
    I may be interested in this frame, can you give me the sizing please and pics if interested in selling?

    thanks

    Aidy
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    Aidan Searle
  • fixiebobfixiebob Posts: 222
    Just trying to figure out how to put pics on whilst watching rugby.
    Sizes as follows
    seat tube from top to centre bb 58cm
    top tube centre centre 56cm
    1 inch threaded fork and headset still fitted think its threaded.
    chrome should clean up fine rust on frame not bad but needs respray
  • fixiebobfixiebob Posts: 222
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  • Pete BeerPete Beer Posts: 604
    Aidan,

    Isn't too small for you. A good fit for me though..........
  • bracestowerbracestower Posts: 113
    edited October 2007
    I think it would should see its days out on the road, preferably with me riding it...

    What are your plans for it? I've been looking for something similar myself.
  • peejay78peejay78 Posts: 3,378
    this is a sweet frame.

    anything fixed, with chromed rear dropouts, will go for ££££ on ebay.

    the market is very buoyant.
  • fixiebobfixiebob Posts: 222
    Wish it was my size but its not cant be arsed putting it on ebay ive built another with the bits i took of this one so im of to try it out.
    Thanks for intrest had a fair offer from Aidy so its his now.
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