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Raleigh Chopper model

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Mark 1 drawing
Mark I (1970 - 1972)
Main Distinguishing Points
• Rear Frame member is straight and is close to rear hub.
• Handlebars clamped in traditional fashion - can be moved.
• Long Seat
• Rounded Gear Knob
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Mark 2 drawing

Mark II (1972 - 1982)
Main Distinguishing Points
• Rear Frame member is swept back at bottom
• Handlebars fixed
• Shorter Seat
• T-Shift Gear Knob
• Rear Rack

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Mark 2 - 5spd drawingMark II 5-Speed (1973 - 1976)
Main Distinguishing Points
• As MK2 but with 5-speed Derailleur Gears
• Different Gear Shift(2 Levers)

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