Re: [CR]Vintage bicycles and tiers

(Example: Framebuilders:Dario Pegoretti)

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Subject: Re: [CR]Vintage bicycles and tiers
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 22:57:47 -0800

Good Points! Ted Ernst,Palos Verdes Est. CA

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Subject: Re: [CR]Vintage bicycles and tiers

>I show literally thousands of makes and models of bicycles in the Used Bike
>Buyers Guide, many never having graced the pages of Classic Rendezvous.
>And, because most aren't discussed, they aren't considered "collectible",
>but they might be extremely rare. My point being that rarity and
>collectibility don't always go hand in hand. I don't know how many bikes
>that Brian Baylis, Peter Johnson, or Richard Moon have made, but I would
>guess that their bikes might be more rare than a Confente, yet not as
>collectible because they are still building and alive. It is an interesting
>exercise, but I sense a LOT of bandwidth to once again debate the relative
>merits of framebuilders, albeit with a somewhat more structured approach.
>Lou Deeter, Orlando FL