[CR]auctions for pedals, 27.0 seatpost, freewheel, wheel covers and hubs

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From: "The Maaslands" <TheMaaslands@comcast.net>
To: "CR" <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2007 13:36:15 -0400
Subject: [CR]auctions for pedals, 27.0 seatpost, freewheel, wheel covers and hubs

I have 6 auctions running for vintage bike parts. Most of them are being sold for a friend with a bike shop. I am certain that most will be interesting to one or another CR member.

A pair of NOS Campagnolo Super Record pedals (the real ones with titanium spindles) http://ebay.com/<blah>

I am always amazed at the number of people that bookmark auctions are for real Super Record pedals. In this auction, there are presently 41 people who have bookmarked the auction.

A pair of NOS French-threaded SR (Sakae Ringyo) Campagnolo-copy alloy pedals. http://ebay.com/<blah>

One out of 7 people who have looked at this auction has bookmarked it.

An NOS Avocet 27.0 mm diameter seatpost. If I am not mistaken, this is an early 80's seatpost. http://ebay.com/<blah>

One out of 4 people who have looked at this auction have bookmarked it.

An NOS Regina 5-speed freewheel. http://ebay.com/<blah>

One out of 5 people who have looked at this auction have bookmarked it. This freewheel is especially indicated for those of you that don't push big gears as the smallest cog has 15 teeth rather than the more common 13 or 14.

An NOS set of Campagnolo Record hubs, 126 mm width with 32 hole front and 40 hole rear and pre-1978 flat skewer lever. http://ebay.com/<blah>

One out of 15 people who have looked at this auction have bookmarked it.

An NOS set of Clément wheel covers. http://ebay.com/<blah>

If I had a few sets of silk tubulars, I would not be selling these as I find them to be a great investment to protect the sidewalls. These wheelcovers have never seen any use even though they do not seem brand new as they were stored in the shop attic. It is too bad that somebody has 'destroyed' the Clément logo on the covers (but not the little red decal).

Steven Maasland
Moorestown, NJ
USA