Re: [CR]When is a restoration not a restoration?


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Date: Sun, 03 Jun 2007 18:15:42 -0400
Subject: Re: [CR]When is a restoration not a restoration?
From: Michael Schmidt <mdschmidt@patmedia.net>
To: <gholl@optonline.net>, Donald Gillies <gillies@cs.ubc.ca>
Thread-Topic: [CR]When is a restoration not a restoration?
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cc: Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>

George and listmembers,

A few years ago, I acquired a new, never painted, early 70's Montelatici Special. The frame was found in Firenze by our BVVW Station Chief in Firenze, Italy. The frame again was new, never built and never painted. I had Brian Baylis paint the frame and apply the original decals to the bike. To me, when I received that frame, it is a new 1974 frame, not a restoration.

A few years ago, Carroll Shelby revealed he had enough parts to make 6 AC Cobra roadsters. I believe (but will not swear to it) they were sold as 1964 Shelby Cobras.

PS, George, What is with this "Mister" stuff?.

Mike Schmidt
Stirling, NJ
USA