Re: [CR]CR KOF Classic JP Weigle for sale on ebay

(Example: Framebuilders:Doug Fattic)

In-Reply-To: <C30C7E4C.5E60%mdschmidt@patmedia.net>
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From: "Chuck Schmidt" <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]CR KOF Classic JP Weigle for sale on ebay
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 14:34:05 -0700
To: Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


On Sep 11, 2007, at 2:18 PM, Michael Schmidt wrote:
> Hey Chuck
>
> Yeah, I am aware of rule 15 but as long as you're trying to lawyer
> me on the
> CR rules, perhaps I can remind you of this one.
>
> Rule 10. Please limit your posting to a maximum of three (3)
> messages per
> day to minimize bandwidth use. Make each message "weighty".
>
> But I betcha ya just can't resist another tweak.
>
> Classic content: Yep, Chuck that is what I say about mountain
> bikes sharing
> similar characteristics with 26 inch touring bikes. They have to
> be beefy
> to hold the load and they cannot be aluminum or carbon fiber. Just
> try
> fixing a busted aluminum Trek on tour. Those touring bikes can
> also be KOF
> as defined by list rules. I have a Match built Robert Beckman
> Sakkit./
> Designed by Robert Beckman, lugs filed in the early 1980's by Kirk
> Pacenti,
> braised by Martin Tweedy. Frame is rarer than hen's teeth. That
> is a KOF
> bike-ATMO. Just like that Peter Weigle on ebay.
>
> Chuck, you're a pain in the ass but I still like ya.
>
> Mike Schmidt
> Stirling, NJ
> USA

Hey Mike,

It was all ready established from Peter Weigle's first post that it's a mountain bike, "This is a nice fillet brazed example of the classic old school mountain bike."

Tweak away Mike. I'll refrain from the name calling for the sake of list harmony.

Chuck Schmidt
South Pasadena, CA
US