I was able to find a Raleigh International (frame only), in need of some TLC. I painted it black and made some correct Raleigh decals on my inkjet printer. Fortunately the printer black matched the paint so the final result looks good. The lug outlining was done with a Sharpie paint marker pen. I bought a quality 27" steel replacement fork that works well with the frame.

Frame: Raleigh International 70's
fork: steel 27" replacement
Brake levers: Tektro
Auxiliary Brake levers: Tektro "Cross"
Shifters: Shimano bar-end (left) and Paul “thumbie” (with Shimano bar-end)  on handlebar (right)
Handlebars: Bellari
Stem: Poste Moderne
Headset:  Shimano
Brakes: Dia-Compe center pull
Wheels: Front & Rear: Ritchey
Crankset: Sakae
Tires: rear: Ritchey
Front: Bianchi cross
Bottom bracket: Shimano
Front derailleur: Shimano
Rear derailleur: Shimano LX
Cassette: 9 speed
Saddle: Brooks B-17
Pedals: Wellgo
Fenders: SKS Mudflaps; homemade from auto floormat
Bell,Water Bottle, Bottle cage from http://www.velo-orange.com/
Bicycle Computer: MEC
Rear Rack: Nashbar
All the Graphics: Printed on  my Epson inkjet



Raleigh International - side view


Raleigh International - front end detail

Raleigh International - drivetrain


Raleigh International - frame detail
Raleigh International - aft frame details
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