Not my bike, no financial interest in it, etc. ... but I told the selle r that I'd post information about it on this site.
I noticed this listing
late last week and finally made it over to see the bike this afternoon.
21.5" center-to-top; sorry, didn't measure the top tube. 700c rims (sorry, I don't recall the brand on them); tires are just abo ut to crumble; most spokes have rust.
Frame sticker says Durifort 888 tubing; bike "hefts" lightly, I'd guess under 25 pounds. Forks are chromed, stays are not. Bits of rust, not hing major; decals mostly present. Frame has holes for routing wire to h eadlamp from a rear-mounted generator.
Saddle is a quilted-top Milremo label; stem is also Milremo (as one might expect with a Bertin). Bars are Franco-Belge. Huret F & R derailleurs an d down-tube shifters. TA cotterless cranks. Spidel quick-release hubs. Maf ac brakes.
Front bag rack (rust/chrome) with a left-side attachment for headlamp. Rac k is supported from behind the front brake, on the front brake bolt. Lef t seat stay has a bracket for mounting generator on. Brazed-on mounts for bottle on downtube, with artistic 4-cornered star trim.
Seller said he has fenders for it; forks and stays have eyelets.
For shipping, I suggested that seller arrange with a buyer to have local shop, Spokemotion http://spokemotioncycles.com/home.htm do the packing and shipping at buyer's cost ... I've been in there a few ti mes and it seems like they could provide that service.
I'm thinking this bike could be of interest to someone ... at least to a Be rtinophile. Asking price seemed pretty reasonable.
Joel Niemi / Snohomish, Washington