N.B. Prices in CAD unless noted. You can knock off 20-25% for USD.If you need wheels, either a classic Campagnolo wheelset to complete the vintage build or just a simple singleton front or rear to get you back on the road, I can probably help.
Over the course of the last 5 years of collecting I seem to have acquired quite a stash of wheels, 120 in fact. Some I purchased as wheelsets, others came off of bikes I had to part out.
Easiest approach is to review this inventory list and then tell me which wheel you are interested in.
To the Left of each wheel is a code showing it's location. Rack (A, B or C) + Position (eg. 31, 32,33,34 etc.)
Tell me Rack and Position (or the decription of the wheels) and I'll fish it/theem out for you.
F/Rx means it is a Front and Rear pair but (X) has no cassette (most wheelsets come without cassettes.)
NAP? "Not A Pair". Even though a Front and Rear sound similar, these two are not a perfect pair.
C or T = Clincher or Tubular
(Wheels are generally priced exclusive of cassettes, tubes or tires. But I can usually make those available at a small extra charge.)
N.B. Prices in CAD unless noted. You can knock off 20-25% for USD.
PDF List of the single wheels and wheelset specs
Wheelsets (matching pairs)