Re: [CR]looking for a fork


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From: "Renaissance-Cycles" <info@renaissance-cycles.com>
To: <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <NEBBKFFPJLMLKGHMFJBHGEFCCMAA.otis@otisrecords.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]looking for a fork
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 18:55:21 +0100


We not only have the Colnago forks but others as well, Gios, Guerciotti, Rossin and a chromed 531 Reynolds fork with a flat Zeus 2000 fork crown!..................Do note: Pricing of ebay forks will not go on forever, I'm thinning out some stocks of these forks!........Buy alot, blow some out for a good price until our investment is recovered. Then hang on for the ride. Then they will list at what we think they should be selling for! I don't think many can supply a new Colnago fork for these prices....................All toll now, about 300 plus Colnago forks on hand, we acquired all of the old stock Colnago classic forks from the Colnago dealer of the Benelux!.......They thought we were nuts!.....Next score, all of the straight chromed Colnago forks!..................Planning for the future!

BC Baron Corpuz........And the gang!! Renaissance cycles, Eindhoven Holland!......Consuming everything in our way....Well not everything, just darn close to everything.....We!.....''LOVE THIS WORK!''......Oh, hobby job!


----- Original Message -----
From: "Otis"
To:
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 5:14 PM
Subject: [CR]looking for a fork



> I'm looking for a reasonably priced NOS, or safe usable steel 1" threaded
> 70's/80's road fork for my fixed gear bike. Prefer Columbus or Tange chrome
> with a flat, crown but a sloping crown is fine too (no uni-crowns). Race
> geometry with no eyelets. To fit a 55cm frame, steerer needs to be 165mm
> minimum but 170mm or a tad longer would work. I have seen Colnago ones
> offered on ebay by "banana brain" in the Netherlands but prefer to deal with
> somebody in the States. Please reply off list if you have one to offer.
> Thanks much.
>
> Otis Williams
> Grants Pass OR