Re: [CR]Jack Taylor serial numbers?

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Date: Sun, 04 Nov 2001 19:54:31 -0800
From: "Troy Warnick" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Jack Taylor serial numbers?
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I can add another number to the list. I have a 1967 "Tour of Britain" with the number 5656. I had confirmed earlier this year from Norman Taylor that my "Tourist" with serial number 719x(cant see the last number right now because my trailer hitch is mounted over it) is indeed a 1977. This would also lead me to believe that the records still exist. Good luck, Martin if you try and get them. They would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards, Troy Warnick Olympia, WA --

On Sat, 3 Nov 2001 18:29:03 OROBOYZ wrote:
>In a message dated 11/1/2001 11:19:28 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> writes:
> Jim McCoin>> His number (Jim's) is #7674, and Troy's Tourist is #7191 which
> is 1977, and he has also "Tour of Britain" #8679, unknown year.
> I have similar TOB, lugless, no braze-on, long Campy ends, Steel Record
> headset with N/R chainring w/o diamond number <X> STRADA only. Paint job
> Gransport(push rod type) front derailluer made me believe NOT late 70's to
> 80's frame. S/N is 8629. >>
>Ken (and all other Taylor owners):
>Check your numbers again too please because my green Jack Taylor has the
>serial number 8629! I have checked it again to be sure when I saw yours was
>listed the same!
>Here are the summary of serial numbers thus far:
>Ken Toda red Tour of Britain lugless #8629 (est. 1970s?)
>Dale Brown red Touring nervex #8119 (est. mid
> green road lugless #8629 (est.
> white Touring nervex #8757 (recent)
>Troy Warnick touring #7191 (1977?)
> Tour of Britain #8679 (?)
>Jim McCoin Tour of Britain #7674 (?)
>Steve Benson pink mixte tba (edu. guess... early
> pink Touring 650c tba
>Dale Brown
>Greensboro, NC

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