A Twenty for 2.20! https://raleightwenty.webs.com/apps/photos/ A Twenty for 2.20! It's all there It's 100% complete, and apart from a slow puncture in the front tyre it all works. The front rack seems to have been borrowed from a later Twenty. Hunters weren't fitted with racks as standard. Unusually, it was built with Rigida rims. Raleigh must have had a shortage of the normal S-A ones. This bike was made when R20 production was at its absolute peak. https://raleightwenty.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=205093314 205093314 Hercules Hunter I've always liked the unusual variants. The Hunter must have been a cheapie, as it was always supplied without a stand or rack. The head transfer is spirit fix, whilst the "Hercules" and "Hunter" are varnish fix. Spirit fix transfers were never any good. They move, wrinkle and flake. It's unusual to see one as complete as this. Often they're missing altogether. https://raleightwenty.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=205093315 205093315 Another one There's a Hercules transfer, identical to the head tube one, on the rear mudguard. This one is, surprisingly, is even more complete. The sticky residue around the edge is the tell-tale sign of a spirit fix transfer. https://raleightwenty.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=205093316 205093316 May 1974 It's forty-four years old! https://raleightwenty.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=205093317 205093317 Two hours later... Rendered down, it's provided some very useful parts. The rare white tyres are pretty good, and the frame will become something useful one day. Brake blocks were completely unworn, cable outers were good, saddle is okay, etc. The rusty chrome parts have been slung in the oxalic acid bath, and should clean up well. This bike was well worth 2.20!!! https://raleightwenty.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=205093318 205093318