Re: [CR]That Glasgow Flying Scot

(Example: Framebuilders:Pino Morroni)

Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 00:07:32 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Derek Willburn" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]That Glasgow Flying Scot
In-Reply-To: <000501c5b699$7e7a4140$8d616c51@nonefpfvwek4mv>

I was interested in this frame since my parents are in the UK on holiday and could possibly pick it up. This seller was rude to me when I asked him what the frame size was -he told me to guess!
Derek Willburn
Long Beach, CA

--- Peter Brown wrote:

> Earlier in the week list members were doubting the
> genuineness of an
> eBay offer that was being made by a seller in
> Glasgow of a Scot for
> which he provided no photographs, just a head badge
> photo lifted from
> Bob Reids website. This seller had a strange and
> unusual strategy,
> which was to register on, instead of
>, offer the
> frame as a collect only, and then bar bidders from
> the UK from bidding!
> The outcome is that it sold to a US list member for
> 10 dollars! The
> photographs the seller sent me did not show enough
> detail to be able to
> verify for sure that it was a Scot, but all the
> signs were that it was
> in fact a 1940s model which, I hope for the buyer's
> sake, turns out to
> be bargain of the year.
> Peter Brown, Lincolnshire, England
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