Thanks for the info. The shop manager is familiar with the make and felt it might be a better value as a frameset rather than investing in parts to sell as a complete bike. What might its market value be if? Is there any way to confirm it's identity as an Eisentraut via serial number or otherwise?
On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 09:55:01 -0800, "Bruce Gordon" <email@example.com>
> A mystery frame recently came into our shop which we need help
> It appears to have been repainted so no decals are evident anywhere.
> The only obvious features are the cutout spades in the lugs and
> campagnolo horizontal dropouts. It has a campy headset and a mix of
> Shimambo drivetrain parts.
> Photos at
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> The shop I work for is a non-profit organization. All our bikes have
> been donated to us. We refurbish and sell them to help fund programs for
> low income kids and adults in the Portland, OR area. It would be
> helpful to know how valuable this frameset is.
> It looks like a Eisentraut "Limited" model made in 1975.
> Bruce Gordon
> One of the guys who made these bikes from 1974 to 1976