Re: [CR]Was: Cinelli bikes now Fuji


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From: Mike Schmidt <mdschmidt@patmedia.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org, 'Paul C.Brodek' <pcb@skyweb.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]Was: Cinelli bikes now Fuji
Date: Tue, 02 Aug 2005 09:52:30 -0400


Paul,

I remember it quite vividly. The year I purchased my Fuji Finest, it was chrome and white. The Fuji Newest had silver paint, red cloth handlebar tape and Campy NR brakes, cranks and derailluers. The model year had to be 1971-1972. I paid about $350 for my bike and the Newe st retailed for about $500. In fact the guy who I bought the bike fro m was Al Givens who lived in Syosset, LI. Maybe Jamie Swan knows of h im. Al gave the bike shop business a bit of a go and opened up a shop in Roslyn Heights however he had a day job and the shop only lasted about a year.

The catalog of that model year also had the Fuji Newest spec'd with Campy N uovo Record.

Mike Schmidt

New York, NY

On Tue Aug 2 9:41 , "Paul C. Brodek" sent:

Hi Mike & all,

mdschmidt@patmedia.net> wrote:
>
>In the early 70's, the top of the line Fuji had Campa


>ord on it but I think the non-campy stuff was Japanes


>d find my old Fuji Catalog from that year. Actually F


>t vintage are hard to find.

p

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