[CR] for sale: Campagnolo Record Seatpost, 26.4 complete w/box, 27.2 incomplete

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Date: Mon, 5 Sep 2005 15:36:45 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Hon Lee" <lejosun@sbcglobal.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR] for sale: Campagnolo Record Seatpost, 26.4 complete w/box, 27.2 incomplete

I have pictures of these two seatposts at http://photos.yahoo.com/lejosun@sbcglobal.net the first 12 pics are of the boxed 26.4 Campagnolo seatpost with world logo, and the last 4 pics are of the 27.2 Campagnolo seatpost without world logo, imprinted Patent Campagnolo. The boxed 26.4 is unused and priced very modestly to reflect the obvious fact that although unused it is not new; it is blemished, hopefully not by me, by some gnit who put it into a seat tube, up to the gills, then struggled to remove it leaving the crisscross spoor of the seatposts removal. Whoever the gnit was, he/she stuck it in all the way up to the logo, so the scratches go that far up. I don't see me using it, having purchased I presume when I had French frames, well over 3 decades ago. As you can see from the pics, no oxidation, no wear aside from the hamfisted removal scars, in fact all the machine marks are still crisp, and it's in the original box. The price is $23 shipping included (that's my blurry effort at the Kabal). The incomplete 27.2 Campagnolo is missing the lower locking platforms that some gnit was too lazy to pick up after they fell off when removing the saddle. The upper platforms and the locking bolts (2) are intact and in place. Very serviceable save for the lower platforms which makes it currently useful as a nutcracker. These two little pieces are probably crouching in some dark corner with the top of my corner Wharfedale sand-filled speaker left there by some well-meaninged kin during my 3 decade absence from Stockton; I can't find them. It means this incomplete seatpost is priced at $11 shipping included. That's domestic shipping included; gotta add $6 for international if I send it Global Priority.

Harrison Lee
Stockton, CA