Re: [CR] Is it really a Jack Taylor?

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Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 21:16:29 -0600
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Subject: Re: [CR] Is it really a Jack Taylor?

Bruce, It may not be a cost effective start for someone who wants to recreate (they're only original once) the whole "Vintage Jack Taylor" visual feast. But it seems like a good deal for someone who just wants a very nice "Bicycle". The parts may not be correct but there's nothing wrong with any of them.

Some of us arthritic geezers even like/need Grab-On.

At 03:27 PM 2/8/2010, bruce thomson wrote:
>I have looked at this bike for all three seperate times
>re-listed. I am not certain of the model either, however there is
>one thing that keeps me back. Well, more than one thing, actually.
> If it is a JT, and I assume that it is I would be highly
> inclined to have it re-finished with the proper paint scheme and
> decals. Dont forget the box-lining and the lug highliting. Now I
> do have a good stash of parts on hand at home so the replacement of
> many of the parts would be in order. Now combine all of that with
> the shipping price and I would have an expensive project. If the
> seller could strip it down to the frame and auction it alone I
> would be interested again.
> If it goes as is then the delivery cost will be near $600.00 ,
> refinished by a COMPETENT painter is about $450 (perhaps including
> the decals) , box lining and lug highlighting unknown. So for a
> mere $1300 you are back in the saddle, so to speak. Perhaps this
> is the relevant price for a Jack Taylor after all. What do you
> think?? Bruce
>Bruce Thomson Spokane WA 99204
>(509) 747 4314

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