Recently finished fully rebuilding these 2 90’s Japanese steel classics (check more ads by this user.) Spent months sourcing the parts I wanted including some rare bars (8xtenos,) period saddles (NOS Selle San Marco Concor Light/Ti Flite) cool stems and clean drive trains. Where needed, brakes, derailleurs, cranksets, etc were disassembled and thoroughly cleaned, and re assembled with fresh grease/lube/loctite. Brand new chains, brand new cables...
They both got about a 20mile shakedown ride and they're tuned and ready for many miles.
Frame - 1992? Wheeler Chiostra Tange Prestige, i'd call it a 54cm
Fork - Original Tange CroMo
Headset - shimano 600
Wheelset - Shimano WH-R540 with some mismatched QRs
Tires - Continental GP4000 25mm
Front Derailleur - DA 7700
Rear Derailleur - Dura Ace 7700 w/ avid rollamajig
Chain - chain - KMC x9
Cassette - ultegra CS6500 9 speed 12-28
Bottom Bracket - Ultegra
Crankset - dura ace 7700 172.5 53/39
Stem - ITM Goccia 110mm
Bars - modolo 8xtenos 410mm wrapped in Jaguar Green Deda
Levers - dura ace 7700 2x9
Seatpost - 27.2 3k weave carbon with some setback, not sure of the make
Saddle - NOS Selle San Marco Concor Light cromo rails
Brakes - Ultegra 6500
*the crank brothers pedals aren’t included but I can throw in some other no name flats if you need
Wheeler, out of Germany, maybe better known throughout the 90s for their mountain bikes or maybe for Mike Kluge (CX world champ/ Grundig Cup Champ!) who rode for them for a time. I think this model was called 8200 in other markets, it’s a super cool frame made from Tange Prestige, which was a top of the line tubeset at the time, in a dark metallic green with rad decals, chromes fork/stays, pantograph, custom “wheeler” stamped rear dropouts and BB shell, internal rear brake cable routing, etc. In the catalogs of the time, this top model was specc'd with full Dura Ace. I’ve got it built with a slightly newer (than the frame) DA 9 speed group with a few Ultegra bits. It rides great and without even trying it sits sub 20lbs. It’s got a NOS SSM saddle that Lance favored and one of my favorite bend drop bars wrapped in Deda tape. Also an older/period Blackburn bottle cage and full Nissen x SimWorks cables.