Possibly not fraud, mostly misrepresented, either by intent or lack of knowledge. Photos are too few, too small and description is lacking. I won't go into all the details I _can_ see, but there are enough to tell me that at this price it's not even remotely interesting. At $50 I'd ask more questions, get more photos, and maybe it would be an interesting project. At $250 it's a joke.
Maybe I'm just having a bad morning...
David -- David Bilenkey Ottawa, Ontario, Canada email@example.com
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> Don Wilson
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> Subject: [CR]Ebay: Campy Windsor?
> So school me on this. The seller calls it a Campagnolo
> Windsor. I've heard of Windsors. I checked the
> archives and learned there's some confusion about
> whether Campagnolo made bicycles, or just lent support
> to some makers who may have reciprocated by calling
> their bikes Campagnolo models. The pics with the bike
> on Ebay don't show a head badge. Some components seem
> inappropriate. What gives? Fraud or authentic?
> http://cgi.ebay.com/57cm-Campagnolo-Windsor-ROAD-BIKE-Mavic-Michelin-Stel la_ W0QQitemZ7214912918QQcategoryZ98084QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
> Don Wilson
> Los Olivos, CA
> D.C. Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org