I forgot: 2 pr. of one-hole Pavarin plastic cleats, one NOS and one lightly used. $10 gets both pairs, unless there are two responders desparate for them. Then $6/pr for the new ones; $5 for the used ones.
Also one pair NOS unidentified flying nail-on plastic cleats, rather tall, with heel lifts to match.
Everything in the earlier list (below) seems to be NOS, but I could have missed something used that had been bagged.
Nope, haven't taken pictures of these low-valued items, but you can return them or toss them if they don't fit. OK, I'll take pix if you're really in need of them.
tx harvey sachs mcLean va
Harvey Sachs wrote:
> It was toward the end of the swap meet, and someone (John Barron?) had
> knocked down his bag of cleats from $20 to $8. I thought that was too
> low, and offered $10, so we compromised on $9. And, I picked up the
> implied obligation to get them out to people who can use them.
> Here's what I have (all prices include domestic US shipping; I'd much
> rather not ship these low-valued items overseas):
> 1 pr. Colnago, plastic cleats, adjustable, on nail-on "plaques" that get
> nailed to the shoe. $12
> 1 pr. TA Jacques Anquetil short aluminum cleats, nail-on, $15.
> LOTS of Plastic PAVARIN, in different models:
> 1 pr, 2-hole, line perpendicular to shoe axis, with mounting "plaques"
> like the Colnagos, to be nailed on. $10
> 5 pr, 2-slot, line perpendicular to shoe axis, slots about 8 mm. long.
> $8 per pair.
> 4-pr, 2-hole, line perpendicular to shoe, centers 17 mm apart.
> $7/per pair
> 1 pr with spare, bolt on, flathead bolts inserted from shoe inside,
> solid aluminum bar stock machined to shape. The last pair you'll ever
> mount on that set of shoes! $6 for all three.
> I suspect these will cost a couple of bucks a piece in postage, so I'm
> not doing this to make a killing, but to try to get them out to people
> who need or want them.
> I can also mount cleats to your shoes, but we're talking 2-way shipping
> and a donation to Operation Smile for the service. I'm happier if your
> local shoe repair person does it, instead. If the cleats go quickly,
> I'll also do a donation to Smile.
> I'm not going to wait 24 hr after digest post this time, but will
> respond in order of receipt here. I do reserve the right to ration to 1
> pr/person if there is an overwhelming response, but I think that is pure
> Please let me know if you would accept substitutes if your choice is gone.
> harvey sachs
> mcLean va.