RE: [CR]Flying Scot Track Frame with a busted fork...


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From: "sam Lingo" <samclingo@hotmail.com>
To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: RE: [CR]Flying Scot Track Frame with a busted fork...
Date: Wed, 06 Oct 2004 13:55:07 +0000



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>Now the sales pitch !
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>$400 / 225 g.b.p. ! sheesh, I've got a Scot track frame c/w fork - in a rather unfetching black powder coat lacking transfers and in need of a loving home (sizes and further details provided if anyone is interested, but it's 23.1/2" c-c if I remember correctly) someone can have for $300 and I'll throw in the post and pack to the US for free...
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>Bob Reid
>Stonehaven
>Scotland
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>http://www.flying-scot.co.uk

I got into vintage L/Ws to have an old bike I could ride instead of just show as with other types like Ballooners.And After buying an english club frame ,I came to the CR list to gain knowlage on L/W bikes.I chose an English club as this is a natural progression from the English roadster--which is a first cousin to the early American Roadsters(which I like).And the CR list members have greatly added to the little knowlage I had on vintage L/Ws.The other day a member ask if anyone had a" cheap Carlton International for sale--didnt think so!"Well that model might nor be readly avalible but Several of the CR list members do offer at very low prices(for the quality of the product)frames and bikes.Like the one above--a Scot track frame for abot $180 as the shipping to the USA is about $120---I'd say that's Cheap!

sam lingo,pleasanton tx