[CR]Some Amf bikes being Marinonis and Eisentrauts


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From: "Tom Sanders" <tsan7759142@comcast.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2004 03:31:48 -0400
Subject: [CR]Some Amf bikes being Marinonis and Eisentrauts

Now, this is getting really interesting. Are there "Sleepers", then, out there that we should be watching for in AMF bikes? Just how would you tell which ones are which? Are these lesser Marinoni and Eisentrauts because they were made for AMF? I'd like to hear a little more about this, being both curious and enjoying a bargain. Are there other bikes that might be similar with great makers building for a brand that one might usually pass over, but that we as collectors should be watching for? This could be some valuable knowledge to acquire, and I know there is a heck of a lot of expertise on this list that I'd like to glean. I have been really interested in such tales of Confente built Masi bikes lately that we have been discussing. This is cool stuff!
   My own interest would be American builders, but I suppose this must have went on all over the world. Thanks folks, Tom Sanders Lansing, Mi