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Raleigh Lenton Marque III, 1950

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juvela

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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Cool old Raleigh

Cranks a bit out of registration. :smiley:


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Jeff Rowse

Look Ma, No Hands!
Quite nice. As a small aside, took a new Indian roadster, changed hubs, brake pads etc to U.K Sturmey, Fibrax etc. I willed that thing to be as good as a Raleigh, gave up when the frame flexed too much for my liking, flogged it as a pretty piece.
 

Greeced lightning

Finally riding a big boys bike
I tracked down the owner, S D bikes, in Rhodes town, to see what else he may have. He said that this one is for sale for 1,000 euros. Just passing it on, l have no affiliation with him. A couple more views.

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dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
You see many of these twin top-tube models in Greece, often with custom paint; don't know if they have anything to do with the British headbadges they often sport. They do look very Indian or Chinese in origin.
 

Mr.RED

Finally riding a big boys bike
Very cool Raleigh for sure, I have never seen anything like this before from Raleigh.
 

juvela

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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Wonder if cutout in lamp bracket could be a clue.

It appears to be both irregular and non-representational.

Has anyone viewed such previously?

Perhaps the maker had need of a piece of steel in that shape and did a die to cut it from lamp brackets...

Or may look that way simply because of being poorly done...

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