Re: [CR]Re: Welcome Back Ed Braley!

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From: "Chuck Schmidt" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Re: Welcome Back Ed Braley!
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 15:20:10 -0800

Hello Braley! Well, Hello Braley! It's so nice to have you back where you belong You're looking swell, Braley, We can tell, Braley, You're still glowin', you're still crowin' You're still goin' strong.

Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California

On Mar 27, 2006, at 3:07 PM, Mary Kaminski wrote:
> Jeez, I didn't know he left! ;-)
> I just bought an out of timeline xo-1 (Dale, is it a sorta-kinda
> KOF?) from Ed & it was a masterful build-up! And the packing job-I
> wish I took photos. Took me 45min to unpack. The bike looks and
> rides like it's brand new. What a nice guy & a pleasure to do
> business with. So I second Tom's comments. Whoever gets that
> Carlton will be more than thrilled.
> Mary Kaminski
> Philly, PA
> PS Thanks for all of you who purchased items from my Spring Sale-as
> always, this
> group is great to buy/sell/trade with. Psst, that's how I got the
> xo-with some $$
> left over.
> Snipped:
> It is so great to have Ed back again. I ask him some technical
> question
> every once in a while and he is sharp as a tack on such
> stuff...especially
> chain questions. Ed has some great bikes and I can tell any one
> thinking
> about the Carlton he is offering that Ed is very conservative when
> describing things. I have bought several things from him that he
> described
> as used and I just shook my head when they came...they sure looked
> NOS or
> new to me!
> Hey Ed, how about getting one of those great free Wool Jersey sites
> and
> putting up your collection for folks to appreciate?
> Tom Sanders
> Lansing, Mi