Thanks a million, Drew (although I would urge you to read it before you very kindly offer that to me!) ?I will of course accept your offer with many, many thanks and hope I can reciprocate some day soon.
(Folks, aren't there a great bunch of people on this list?)
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-----Original Message----- From: Drew Ellison <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Dale Brown <email@example.com> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 12:48 am Subject: Re: [CR]Looking for a book and a tool thingamajig...
Hello Dale,? ?
It just so happens I have a copy of that book you're looking for. Bicycle Frames -- A Close-up Look, by Joe Kossak. It's in great shape, as I think I never read it. It cost $1.75 originally, in August 1975. Normally I would sell this book for about $1,000, but today I'm running a special 100% discount on all old bike books I have never read. Give me the word (that you haven't found another copy), and I'll drop it in the mail to you.? ?
Everett, Washington USA? ?
On Jun 14, 2008, at 2:27 PM, Dale Brown wrote:?
> 1.)? I am wanting to buy a 1970s, Bike World publication small paper > back book named Bicycle Frames by Joe Kossack. I had a copy but lent > it to someone, never to be seen again. It has mention of the Flema > bike that I just mentioned in my last post...?
> 2.) Anyone know where to buy (or what to call) the tool that is sort > of an eraser but made of fiber glass strands in a tube (sort of like > a fat pencil with the fiberglass "brush" sticking out of one end) > that you use to scrub away rust, corrosion, etc? I had one once and > it worked great!?
> Dale Brown?
> cycles de ORO Bike Shop?
> 1410 Mill Street?
> Greensboro, North Carolina 27408 USA?
> Classicrendezvous mailing list?
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