Re: [CR]Dan's (soon Mark's) Torpado on eBay

Example: Framebuilders:Chris Pauley

Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 11:55:08 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]Dan's (soon Mark's) Torpado on eBay

Yes, please! Does anyone have the info that Russ is asking for? I am the buyer of this bike, and would just LOVE to hear about any stories or facts associated with it's era. I have very little in the way of info from that time period. Can someone possibly find the PIC and data in the book that Russ mentions, and scan them? This, would be a wonderful act of kindness! Any info or images collected by me, will be featured on my up-and-coming devoted website: Bici Torpado! Full credit given! Thanks very much in advance...

Mark Agree Oak Park MI

In a message dated 6/16/2003 6:38:58 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

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> Gang,
> Someone who knows the history better, tell me - is the bike Dan Rivers
> outed, at -
> <http://cgi=2Eebay=2Ecom/ws/eBayISAPI=2EdllViewItem&category=3D420&item=3D=
> 21788=3D36225>
> - the same model that Art Longsjo raced in the late 50s? It looks a lot
> like the one he's pictured on somewhere in Peter Nye's book=2E My copy,
> alas, is still in a box somewhere in the garage =2E=2E=2E=20
> Purty bike, btw=2E
> Russ Fitzgerald
> Greenwood, SC
> velocio@earthlink=2Enet