[CR]Re: Vintage Bikes most desired


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From: Lsquaredb@aol.com
Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 21:39:08 EDT
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]Re: Vintage Bikes most desired

Hi everyone,

Here's my list in descending order. I don't have any except the first, but that's the one that matters. :-)

1. Jack Taylor Curve Tube, fillet brazed with tapered roller bearings

2. A Sieber with Osgear, fenders, and wooden rims. I don't have this, but I've got an Armstrong Moth with Cyclo Ace and wooden rims to substitute.

3. Alex Singer with Nivex

4. Mariposa to hold all the weird French junk I've accumulated (might happen someday)

5. Longstaff trike

6. That Herse with the fat red 650B's in the book

7. 1939 Sun Manxman with flying butresses at the bottom bracket (I have a forties Wasp, but it's not as interesting.)

8. Hercules 3 speed that lost the front wheel when I was speeding down a hill at age 14 (in a landfill somewhere)

9. Flying gate path bike

10. Curly Hetchins that belongs to a guy in Santa Barbara. It has bivalent hubs, and a TA cottered criterium crank.

11. A fillet brazed Rivendell! (Never would happen)

Leonard Bulger

Ann Arbor, MI