Re: [CR] Ace of clubs

Example: Component Manufacturers:Cinelli

Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2010 09:09:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: jeffrey piwonka <>
In-Reply-To: <03DF053ACEA74B16B643DCC543D3F3D3@ownerd556865ac>
Subject: Re: [CR] Ace of clubs

i'd imagine more than a few builders could've used that design.

i have this geoff scott frame that has the spade cast into the fork crown with a "G" in the center...

Jeff Piwonka
Austin, Texas USA

--- On Mon, 7/19/10, paccoastcycles wrote:

> From: paccoastcycles <>

\r?\n> Subject: Re: [CR] Ace of clubs

\r?\n> To:, "John S. Allen" <>

\r?\n> Date: Monday, July 19, 2010, 10:48 AM

\r?\n> Ace of spade cutouts? That's Mario

\r?\n> Confente. There could be others.


\r?\n> Chuck Hoefer

\r?\n> Pacific Coast Cycles

\r?\n> Oceanside, Calif

\r?\n> ----- Original Message -----

\r?\n> From: "John S. Allen" <>

\r?\n> To: <>

\r?\n> Sent: Monday, July 19, 2010 4:16 AM

\r?\n> Subject: [CR] Ace of clubs



\r?\n> > Colnago used the Ace of Clubs in lug cutouts. Excuse

\r?\n> my ignorance,

\r?\n> > but which framebuilder(s) used the Ace of Spades?

\r?\n> (Someone has a

\r?\n> > frame with such cutouts and posed this question to

\r?\n> the

\r?\n> > Web site. Details such as this are

\r?\n> outside my area

\r?\n> > of expertise.)

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> > John S. Allen

\r?\n> > 7 University Park

\r?\n> > Waltham, MA  02453-1523  USA

\r?\n> > 781 891-9307

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> >