Re: Campy NR rear derailluer
10/30/1996 8:00:02 PM
Ray Chong wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Oct 1996 email@example.com wrote:
> > I just read in the Bicycle Trader that Bicycle Classics will pay $110 for a
> > '70s era Campy Nuevo record rear derailluer. I've got a pristine Nuevo
> > RD at my house that I would be more than willing to sell. My question: is it
> > '70s era model? Is there a way to tell?
> There should be a two-digit year stamped on the rear of the
> derailleur, next to the cable housing stop. Please do let us
> know if they do actually pay $110 for the derailleur. I
> suspect that the figure listed is for something that has never
> been used.
I wonder if Bicycle Classics got hooked up with customers here in Japan.
Classic Campy parts are being traded for an outrageous sum of money here:
$300 for a Super Record derailleur, $500 for Delta brakes, etc... There
is a lot of truth behind the $200 price tag for Simplex 6600 derailleurs,
as shown on the Rivendell catalogue. Its sister derailleur, 5500 is sold
for about $250 here now.
Are we - _~@ __@ __@ _~@ Ken Iisaka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
there _,\=\=\-\_ _,\=\=\-\_ Morgan Stanley Japan, Ltd
yet? (*)/===/'(*) (*)/===/'(*) Tokyo, Japan
Campy NR rear derailluer [email@example.com] [10/30/1996 4:40:36 PM]
Re: Campy NR rear derailluer [Ray Chong] [10/30/1996 5:26:28 PM]
Re: Campy NR rear derailluer [Ken Iisaka] [10/30/1996 8:00:02 PM]
Re: Campy NR rear derailluer [tullio@TheRamp.net] [10/30/1996 5:51:07 PM]
Re: Campy NR rear derailluer [Edward Lipman] [10/31/1996 1:23:45 AM]
Re: Campy NR rear derailluer [Steven M. Johnson] [10/31/1996 5:00:16 AM]
Re: Campy NR rear derailluer [ABikie@aol.com] [10/30/1996 8:21:34 PM]