Re: [CR]FS: NOS Campagnolo small parts and cabinet

Example: Component Manufacturers:Cinelli

Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 17:22:07 -0400
From: WD Baseley <>
Subject: Re: [CR]FS: NOS Campagnolo small parts and cabinet
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Dale has informed me that offering items for sale to the list without including prices is a no-no. I completely understand his position on this. It most certainly was never my intention to upset the applecart! Therefore I will be putting the parts up for auction on eBay and WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING private offers. My apologies to everyone for the faux pas.

However I still would like to see the parts cabinet go to a good home. In keeping with list rules I will put a price on it: $0.01 (a penny), plus one good classic bike story, plus lunch (nothing fancy) if the delivery distance is more than 1 hour's drive.

Parts assortments will be probably be listed sometime after the July 4 holiday. My ebay ID is wbaseley. By way of apology to the list I will take 10% off the winning bid for anyone who mentions the CR list.

I trust the above is sufficient to correct my blunder; if not I do hope Dale will let me know.

Mea culpa, Dave Baseley in Berks County PA

At 01:56 PM 6/30/2004 -0400, WD Baseley ushered forth:
>Pictorial version:
>Text-orial version:
> About a year ago I rather brashly paid far too much for a Campagnolo
> parts cabinet and its contents. Since then I have been selling off those
> contents that I do not intend to keep for myself, mostly on eBay. I am
> now down to the point where the bits are rather small, odd and varied,
> and so I have divided them into 5 lots:
> - brake and shifter parts
> - derailleur parts
> - hub/axle parts
> - Campy/Silca pump parts
> - miscellaneous parts
>Detailed images and parts lists can be found at the following web page:
>All of the lots have items I believe Campyphile list members, and possibly
>others, will find attractive. For example, the "pump parts" include a
>pair of light blue feet for the 1030 series Campy pump heads. Most of the
>bits are from the NR/SR/Rally era, and almost all are NOS. I have no idea
>how much to ask for these lots and so I am open to offers. What I don't
>sell directly I will be putting up on eBay, probably in a week or so.
>I am also prepared to part with the cabinet that all of this stuff came
>in. It's a bulky, heavy beastie though, probably about 30-35 pounds, and
>so I have no interest in shipping it. I will however happily deliver it
>halfway, perhaps for a small fee (like lunch) depending on distance. As I
>live in southeastern PA near Reading, that distance defines a circle
>roughly delimited by Boston, Washington DC, Atlantic City, and darned near
>Pittsburgh. The cabinet is a bit rough around the edges; details can be
>found here:
>Again I have no idea of its value and am open to offers. This will not be
>going up on eBay.
>Thanks for reading.
>Dave Baseley, off to do a ride in sunny Berks County PA