"P.C. Kohler" wrote:
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> > Note that the seller parted this out from
> > a fully original, complete bike:
> > That seems wrong to me. I know it's his bike. I know he can do whatever
> he wants with it. But I think it's wrong to part out a bike like that. I
> know why he did it. Maximize profit. Still seems wrong to me.
> > Charles Andrews
> > Socal
> Just mindnumbingly sad and selfish. A public flogging is indicated. Or even
> better, it would be swell if no one bid on the bits. But alas they already
> Peter Kohler
> Washington DC USA
Afraid I'm going to have to disagree with the two of you on this one...
This was originally bought as a frame and assembled from parts. No crime in returning it to its parts and parting it out in my opinion. Parts is Parts. Wasn't originally a complete original bike with the pantographed stuff or anything...
Chuck "ain't no big thang, Baby" Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California