Re: [CR]Looking for a book and a tool thingamajig...


Example: Framebuilding:Paint

From: Drew Ellison <drew@masirider.com>
To: Dale Brown <oroboyz@aol.com>
In-Reply-To: <8CA9C7CA1211547-1D08-3A93@WEBMAIL-MA14.sysops.aol.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Looking for a book and a tool thingamajig...
Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 21:48:52 -0700
References: <8CA9C7CA1211547-1D08-3A93@WEBMAIL-MA14.sysops.aol.com>
cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

Hello Dale,

It just so happens I have a copy of that book you're looking for. Bicycle Frames -- A Close-up Look, by Joe Kossak. It's in great shape, as I think I never read it. It cost $1.75 originally, in August 1975. Normally I would sell this book for about $1,000, but today I'm running a special 100% discount on all old bike books I have never read. Give me the word (that you haven't found another copy), and I'll drop it in the mail to you.

Drew Ellison Everett, Washington USA

On Jun 14, 2008, at 2:27 PM, Dale Brown wrote:
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> 1.)? I am wanting to buy a 1970s, Bike World publication small paper
> back book named Bicycle Frames by Joe Kossack. I had a copy but lent
> it to someone, never to be seen again. It has mention of the Flema
> bike that I just mentioned in my last post...
> 2.) Anyone know where to buy (or what to call) the tool that is sort
> of an eraser but made of fiber glass strands in a tube (sort of like
> a fat pencil with the fiberglass "brush" sticking out of one end)
> that you use to scrub away rust, corrosion, etc? I had one once and
> it worked great!
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> Dale Brown
> cycles de ORO Bike Shop
> 1410 Mill Street
> Greensboro, North Carolina 27408 USA
> 336-274-5959
> http://cyclesdeoro.com
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