Re: [CR]what is this nonsense about not being conterfeit????????


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From: Bikerdaver@aol.com
Date: Sun, 5 May 2002 15:56:44 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]what is this nonsense about not being conterfeit????????
To: bbspokes@lycos.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


Brian- i agree with many things you say, but if campy is not even interested in making the parts available, why should they use such "good" customer service skills in addressing the situation? Reproduction campy catalogs are always for sale from Retro-Velo and there is no apparent problem there. Where will this all end? Dave A. in Big Sky MT

In a message dated 5/3/02 11:37:35 AM PST, bbspokes@lycos.com writes:>
> I am a bit shocked about the scruples of people who feel this is OK? We
> went through this with Hetchins and people were upset but these same people
> think it is OK with Campagnolo. The seller was trying to profit from the
> Campagnolo logo, if he made some and gave them to friends fine, but he was
> marketing them through EBAY for top dollar. I would be happy with an
> accurate Campagnolo copy hood without the Logo for $20. Campagnolo should
> have control of the products that have their marque, after all it is their
> quality I presume made many of you such Campagnolo fanatics. They have no
> control of non logo copies because I doubt if they were patented and if
> they were patentable the patent would have expired by now. Make your own if
> you need the logo on your hood but don't market what is obviously a
> conterfeit. It would be nice if Campagnolo licensed or started production
> again but it does not look like that will happen. I always like Campagnolo
> Brevetta or Patent Campagnolo much bet
> ter than Triplex.
> BrIAN CHIlly in Berkeley (I have no Windsors with Cinelli stickers)
> PS: I am not the Campagnolo police just an amazed onlooker.