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#1 2016-08-28 9:53pm

Shotgun
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1979 Rampar R9

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1979 Rampar R9

This bike was used in the Boston, Mass. Raleigh plant for parts selection, color selection, trade shows and other uses. It was never sold to the public. When the plant shut down in the early 80's, it was taken home by a Raleigh employee and it sat in his basement until early this spring when I bought it. It is 100% a survivor and a time capsule from the late 70's.


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#2 2016-08-29 1:35am

cuzg
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Re: 1979 Rampar R9

Awesome Raleigh. Pretty much everyone would trade a vital body component to own that!

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#3 2017-05-04 3:21am

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Re: 1979 Rampar R9

Dig the sh!t out of this bike....that color scheme is sick!!


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#4 2017-11-16 10:14am

jgillies
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Re: 1979 Rampar R9

Agree. this thing is just awesome

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