Re: [Classicrendezvous] Anodization; NR/SR parts


Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 12:57:15 -0800
From: Chuck Schmidt <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
To: Greg Fletcher <greg@fletcher.net>
CC: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [Classicrendezvous] Anodization; NR/SR parts
References: <5a.d02676c.2742057d@aol.com> <3A12A3F7.294E7E48@ixpres.com> <3A13C044.FBD4C028@camb.linst.ac.uk> <01fe01c04fc2$e27768a0$d734fea9@mokry> <a05001905b639c62d2bd1@[209.219.86.195]> <3A143B20.4C75@earthlink.net> <a05001906b639e2b9e0be@[209.219.86.195]>


Greg Fletcher wrote:
>
> >Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> >
> >None of the Campagnolo two bolt seat-posts was anodized. I'm pretty
> >sure that Campagnolo has never anodized a seat post to this day.
>
> No, Campagnolo didn't do the anodizing on my Windsor Pro (I didn't
> specifically say they did), I was simply bringing up the point that
> some companies at/near the dealer end were in fact doing so and how
> that was a good thing for preservation over the long haul.
>
> Greg Fletcher

Now I'm really confused! From your previous post:
> "I have a '73 Windsor Pro that I
> purchased new. The bike came from the shop with a nice medium to dark
> gray anodizing on all the NR parts."

Are you saying that a company "at/near the dealer end" anodized the Nuovo Record parts on your Windsor Pro that were not already anodized by the Campagnolo factory (hubs, shifters, front derailleur, pedal barrels, seat post)?

Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, California http://www.velo-retro.com (NEW list of reprints and T-shirts)