Re: [CR]Sauvage-Lejeune, the anti-Cinelli


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Subject: Re: [CR]Sauvage-Lejeune, the anti-Cinelli
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 13:46:20 -0800
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Dr. Hollenberg, George, whichever you prefer,

Now you've really done it!

With such an expanded bidding pool, the "Sambo" bikes are a bit more likely to become "the next Masi GC", only rarer, and we might expect a flurry of repli-badges stuck on old European frames to start appearing on Ebay.

This frame, reflecting a piece of history in a particular region of France, might actually turn out to be worth much more than some far prettier ones, no?

David Snyder Enjoying splendid riding weather in Auburn, CA, usa

I have taken the liberty of forwarding your link to this Sambo-bike to the collector you have indicated. Slave collars I'm sure are dime-a-dozen but a nice racist bike must be a real rarity. I'm sure he'll want to add it to his collection (even if it has a bit of bondo).
> Best regards, George Hollenberg MD
> CT, USA