RE: [CR]PX10E Giveaways...


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From: Mark Bulgier <mark@bulgier.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: RE: [CR]PX10E Giveaways...
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 18:31:52 -0800


That reminds me, I got my PX-10 for free, and wouldn't have even dragged it home except I thought I would make a beater rain bike out of it. Now a few years later I haven't touched it, and it's a bit too big for me, so I should give it away.

It's not worth boxing and shipping, but anyone who wants to pick it up in Seattle can have it for free. It's a 62 cm to center, 63.5 to top - that's 25". Early 70s, Nervex Pro, Simplex dropouts not threaded for derailleur (so Simplex rears only unless you want to modify it). Original paint (white w/black lugs) and decals are mostly there but pretty hacked and a bit rusty. Comes with the original Stronglight BB, grimy and adjusted loose so I don't know how smooth it might be. I will probably steal the Stronglight headset out of it but if I get lazy it might still be there when you come for it. Mafac Racers with all the steel hardware rusty and ugly cheap modern replacement pads. No other parts. No guarantee that it's straight, though it looks straight enough to my casual eyeball inspection.

Any tall Seattleites wanna reduce my frame pile by one?

Mark Bulgier Seattle, Wa USA

John Everett wrote:
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> Thom Adams wrote:
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> > GACK!!!
> > People down there give PX10E's away?? My poor shattered nerves
> >
>
> Apparently not that uncommon. That's also how I got mine. :-)