I have a a Moulton ATB: this is a Reynolds 531 Bradford on Avon one - not the Pashley. Anyway: while it's rideable and the frame is sound (never been crashed) it's in a pretty poor state of repair and frankly, I haven't the time or the inclination to do it up. The seatpost is seized in the seat tube and it's never been separated, so it may need a little persuasion to come apart. The front derailleur braze-on is missing: it broke off. With it comes the wheels - built with beautiful (and still running smoothly and true)) Mavic 'Paris - Dakar' hubs: it also has the original 'Paris - Dakar' b/b and headset too. These are the originals from when I built it up some 14 years ago. You can also have the Sachs twist grip shifters, single chainring, cranks, spd's, screw-on block and chain. In fact the only bits I'll take from it are the bars, stem and brake levers - for other projects. Oh, you can have the brakes too; it has a 'Pitbull' rollercam on the front and a bmx -type brake on the back. There's a pic on this thread. let me know if you'd like other pics. Ideal restoration project! I'd rather see it go to a good home than waste away! You will have to collect: I live in Newbury, Berks.