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There was a 531 double-butted Record frame, which sold for £18.

The Raleigh Record did not use this quality frame, but a cheaper version, the whole bike selling for £38.

Page 235, after column 1: Here is some additional information, provided by Paul Whatley, about Raleigh Lightweights of the 1960s.

The Gran Sport, Sprite and Blue Streak were dropped at the end of 1964, to be replaced by the Raleigh Record, Rapide, Rapier and Royale, in that descending price order.