I made a mistake and thanks to several CR list member who pointed this out to me.
Photo is on the "Gallery" page at http://www.sandcreeksports.com/gallery.htm
Colorado Springs, CO USA
> The "Rarest Campy Part"...is deep inside this old and dusty Campagnolo
> Travel Bag given to me by Señor Bill Woodul decades ago...I wonder what
> it is!
> Go to http://www.sandcreeksports.com and then go to the "Links" section. I think
> its the first photo, upper left.
> Andy Bohlmann
> 1980 Coor's Classic Campagnolo Mechanics Award Winner
> Colorado Springs, CO USA
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Pergolizzi" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
> Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:50 PM
> Subject: RE: [CR]Re: "Rarest Campy Part"
>> Dale Phelps wrote:
>> " Since they are actual parts (and not just a box, sorry JP) I......"
>> The box contains original front and rear axles complete w/cones
>> etc. and are N.O.S.. The quick releases however, are not there.
>> Should a pair EVER come up for sale, I will buy them. That will make me
>> REALLY sorry; financially that is!
>> This is the "retrofit kit" to change your solid axled wheels to
>> quick releases; the first Campagnolo product for sale I think. The font
>> on the top of the box is unique to it; I have never scene it used on any
>> other Campy product.
>> John T.Pergolizzi
>> San Diego, Ca.