Funny that he hasn't enough sense to kill the first "Cinelli" auction yet; I suppose he's waiting to see which gets higher bids.
The best part was reading "Now who will give me $750 so that I can go buy some beer and female companionship."
He's obviously got expensive tastes!
Duane Kennard Los Angeles, USA
On Oct 16, 2004, at 5:53 PM, roman stankus wrote:
> I like the comment where he says something to the effect that if he
> get $1,000 for it, he'll donate it to his church for a $3,500 tax
> write off.
> This auction definitely has some of the best humour content I've seen
> some time. Just when you think he's said the most redicuculous things
> you've heard, there's more. The Ebay auction that just keeps on
> Roman Stankus
> Atlanta, Ga.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Greg and Darlene Pitman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, October 16, 2004 6:35 PM
> Subject: [CR]Update on the Cinelli/Gitane on E-Bay
>> The guy now has it listed twice, once as a Cinelli and once as a
>> Is that legal? Look at the added comments at the bottom of the
>> auction. He has vilified classic bike enthusiasts who have contacted
>> as "nerds" who live in their mother's basement and have never spoken
>> a woman.
>> This is going to come as a hell of a surprise to my wife. :)
>> Greg Pitman
>> Rancho Cucamonga, CA