As the fact that this bike isn't a '67 will be blindingly obvious to anyone likely to bid on it (or with that seller's name), I'd consider the error in the listing and the seller's dismissive refusal to acknowledge it more a statement on the seller's clear lack of character and ethics than a misrepresentation likely to affect the bidding.
Kurt Sperry Bellingham, Washington USA
2009/5/9 Peter Naiman <email@example.com>:
> Your commentary on this is correct. First it comes down to the honesty of the seller, not saying he's totally dishonest, but if there is a mistake in his listing information it should be corrected, and also of value, as an older NOS "67" would in my way of thinking be worth a bit more than a 1972.