>> Ooooh, tempting! Doesn't get any better than that! And 32 hole too!
>> Should go for big bux!
& Larry asked:
>How big? Just curious because a I have a friend with a few pair who would
>like to get something decent for them
>24,28,32,36,40, but these are not for sale because he has no prices yet and
Since I had been in the market for Campagnolo track hubs (thanks again to Curtis Anthony), I've been looking around for them. Even used ones go for an exorbitant amount, the last 36 hole rear I've seen on ebay, by some guy called "bobbesrs" went for nearly $120.
24's and 40's have popped up from time to time, and still go for a good amount. Hubs with lock ring and nuts are worth more.
This auction with NOS and box with a common hole number, I'm guessing at least $250, but wouldn't be surprised if it went over $300+.
>I see there's a fixed gear list on your address CC's
>Are there some other fixed gear lists as well.
Fixed-Gear mailing list <http://lists.davintech.ca/mailman/listinfo/fixed-gear>, several CR's are members, Chuck Schmidt, Dan Artley, Ben Sanford, Sheldon, & myself.
>When I can round 'em all up, I'll foto 'em and share the pix- must be a few
>dizen from the teens up to this century.
The fixed gear photo galley is at
>Lotsa old cranks , hubs, and other goodies as well scattered about the cabin.
... I'm gonna pass on that one... ;^) ;^) ;^)
Roy "Larry's a good guy" Drinkwater Lititz, "64 miles to Mt. Airy" PA