Re: [CR] Ebay Outing/How big of an attic?

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Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 08:22:12 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Don Wilson" <dcwilson3@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [CR] Ebay Outing/How big of an attic?
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
In-Reply-To: <48772828.3050700@blueyonder.co.uk>


I am always delighted and amazed by the endless stream of vintage lightweig hts Hilary finds for auction. Question: How big of an attic does Mr. Stone have? :-) Seriously, Hilary, how do you manage all these bicycles and compo nents? Do you rent some warehouse space, or do you have some out buildings on a large parcel? Or do you just park your cars outside of a very large ga rage?

Don Wilson Los Olivos, CA USA

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--- On Fri, 7/11/08, Hilary Stone wrote:


> From: Hilary Stone <hilary.stone@blueyonder.co.uk>
> Subject: [CR] Ebay Outing
> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
> Date: Friday, July 11, 2008, 2:30 AM
> The frames are quite a mixed bunch ranging from a 1940s
> Ernie Clements
> road racer, to a KOF 1990s Argos TT frame with a couple of
> 50s/60s
> British road/track frames (Claud Butler and Youngs thrown
> in together
> with a nice KOF Eddy Merckx road frame from the middle 80s
> and KOF 1990s
> De Rosa Neo Primato.
> The rarest and probably most interesting part in my
> eyes is the
> Cyclo Standard 4-speed gear - these do not turn up very
> often - almost
> all I find are 3-speeds... A useful tool for those
> interested in
> Raleighs is the 26tpi steerer die.
> There's also quite a number of Raleigh catalogues and
> Sturmey manuals.
>
>
> The auctions finish on Sunday as usual and all are best
> found using my
> ebay identity hilarystone or go to:
>
>
> http://ebay.com/<blah> dZ0
>
> Hilary Stone, Bristol, England
>
>
> RITCHEY LOGIC ROAD FRAME 22in c1995
>
> ERNIE CLEMENTS ROAD RACE FRAME 23in c1948
>
> ARGOS TT FRAME 21.5in 1995 Columbus EL
>
> RALEIGH c1973/4 CATALOGUE
>
> RALEIGH CATALOGUE c1979 Chopper II, Grifter,
>
> RALEIGH LIGHTWEIGHT CATALOGUE 1985
>
> RALEIGH RACERS CATALOGUE 1988 Team Banana
>
> THE STORY OF THE RALEIGH CYCLE Rare
>
> CYCLO STEERER DIE for Raleigh 1in threads
>
> SHIMANO DEORE CHAINSET 42-32-22T 175mm Touring MTB
>
> SHIMANO WH-R550 WHEELS Excellent
>
> RALEIGH HEAD BADGE 1960s/70s NOS
>
> CLAUD BUTLER TRACK FRAME 22.5in 1955 Flawless fillet br
>
> YOUNGS ROAD TRACK FRAME 21.5in Nervex 2-plate crown
>
> DE ROSA NEO PRIMATO 55cm c1995 Columbus Genius
>
> ITALVEGA SUPERLIGHT 56cm c1976 Diamond lug cutouts
>
> BERNARD CARRÉ ROAD FRAME 50cm 1970s
>
> EDDY MERCKX ROAD FRAME 61cm c1986
>
> BICYCLE MAGAZINE PREVIEW CYCLE SHOW ISSUE 1953
>
> CYCLING MAGAZINE CYCLE PREVIEW SHOW ISSUE 1954
>
> CYCLO BENELUX GEAR INSTRUCTIONS 1950s
>
> STURMEY ARCHER MASTER CATALOGUE 1956
>
> STURMEY ARCHER PARTS LIST 1949
>
> 1939 STURMEY ARCHER CATALOGUE/MANUAL
>
> MAVIC E2 700C 36H RIMS Lightly used
>
> BSA SPANNER Fits BSA Williams 5-pin chainbolts
>
> CAMPAGNOLO HEADSET BB LOCKRING SPANNER Almost unused
>
> CAMPAGNOLO CENTAUR MTB PEDALS NOS early 1990s
>
> CAMPAGNOLO SSB BOTTOM BRACKET AXLE NOS
>
> CAMPAGNOLO TRACK 68-P-120 BOTTOM BRACKET AXLE Pista
>
> CINELLI 1A 10.5cm STEM 1960s70s NUT & regd design no
>
> CINELLI STEM BRASS BADGE Original not repro
>
> COLORAL HANDLEBAR BOTTLE CAGE 1950s
>
> SADDLE COPPER RIVETS Brooks Ideale largish head
>
> SADDLE COPPER RIVETS Brooks Ideale
>
> STURMEY ARCHER/CYCLO 2-SPEED CONVERTER
>
> CYCLO BENELUX FRONT DERAILLEUR 1950s practically unused
>
> CYCLO STANDARD GEAR 1940s/50s
>
> CYCLO STANDARD GEAR 1940s/50s Rare 4-SPEED TYPE
>
> STRONGLIGHT 49D CRANKSET 170mm 1950s
>
> CYCLO DROPOUT ADJUSTERS Fixed wheel hub gear 1930s-50s
>
> STURMEY ARCHER 4-SPD TRIGGER 1950s/60s
>
> UNIVERSAL BRAKE LEVERS 1970s NOS
>
> METAL PRESTA VALVE CAPS NOS 1940s-70s
>
> CAMPAGNOLO CABLE CHAINSTAY STOP NOS
>
> FIBRAX/GB RED BRAKE BLOCKS NOS for alloy rims
>
> CAMPAGNOLO QUICK RELEASE SEATBOLT NOS
>
> STRONGLIGHT 49D CHAINRING BOLTS NOS NIP
>
> CAMPAGNOLO C-RECORD LEFT-HAND THREAD EXTRACTOR NOS
>
> CAMPAGNOLO C-RECORD GEAR SHIFTERS for top of DT NOS NIP
>
> CAMPAGNOLO CHORUS BOTTOM BRACKET Italian Threads c1988
>
> SUNTOUR ULTRA-6 13-21T FREEWHEEL 6-speed Lightly used
>
> CONSTRICTOR RIM TAPE for 26in wheels
>
> MODOLO SPEEDY BRAKESET 1980s
>
> CAMPAGNOLO 8-spd CASSETTE 13-23T 1990s
>
> GB TOURING BARS 1950s 39cm
>
> GB 7.5cm STEM & GB MAES 38cm HANDLEBARS 1940s
>
> AFA ALUMINIUM BELL 1940s
>
> IDEALE 2004 RANDONNEUSE SADDLE NOS
>
> BAYLISS WILEY LARGE FLANGE FIXED HUB NOS Track 1950s
>
> CAMPAGNOLO CHORUS CATALOGUE 1988
>
> CAMPAGNOLO CHORUS VICTORY TOECLIPS NOS size L
>
> THE CUSTOM BICYCLE Raleigh Cinelli Guerciotti Schwinn
>
> CAMPAGNOLO SPARE PARTS CATALOGUE 1994
>
> SUNTOUR CYCLONE II GEARSET NOS 1980s
>
> STRONGLIGHT 93 CHAINSET 170 52/44T
>
> TONY DOYLE SIX-DAY RIDER Biography