Re: [CR]Housecleaning of vintage frame, parts

(Example: Framebuilders:Jack Taylor)

Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2005 07:34:41 -0400
From: "Joe Bender-Zanoni" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Housecleaning of vintage frame, parts
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On reviewing this, I owe Earle an apology for being too gruff. Earle's offer amounts to an invitation to figure out what he is offering and I suspect someone on the list will be interested enough to do just that.

Joe Bender-Zanoni Great Notch, NJ

Joe Bender-Zanoni wrote:
> Dream on. This sort of lazy promotion of whatever the heck you are
> selling has no place on this list.
> Joe Bender-Zanoni
> Great Notch, NJ
> Earle Young wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Sunday marked the retirement ride of my favorite vintage frame, and
>> because I cannot afford both modern and vintage, I am selling my
>> collection of vintage bike parts. I would like to sell it to one
>> person rather than part it out. I would also hope to sell it to
>> somebody who would come to Madison to verify condition and take
>> possession.
>> In short, I have a v. ugly, but straight 1970 or 71 Peugeot PX-10
>> frame, 57 cm c-t-c; and enough vintage parts for two complete bikes
>> and some spares. All is from late '70s to early '80s, in good
>> condition and top-of-the line for the day, mostly Campagnolo, but
>> with some Simplex and some Japanese. I am asking $1,000 for the whole
>> mess, which is on the low side of fair, I think.
>> Contact me off-list if you are seriously interested, and I will send
>> you an inventory.
>> By the way, the retirement of my frame was celebrated on the Wright
>> Stuff Century just west of Madison in the hilly country near Frank
>> Lloyd Wright's Taliesin. Just 14 months after being forced off the
>> bicycle by severe disc problems, I completed all 106.1 miles,
>> averaging a blistering 10 miles per hour on my vintage steel ride.
>> Earle Young,
>> Madison, WI