Classic & Vintage - For you rodies & colectors
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05-07-03, 11:01 PM
So, who here would like to dish out $3000.00 for a derailer? Have any of you seen this yet? I only wish I had the mony to spend on it:D
05-07-03, 11:05 PM
Oh yeah, I thought it was a mistake or a joke but if you check the past history of the guy who placed the bid, well, he spends that much on small parts.
I put my bid in; now guys, please don't outbid me!
So you guys like my derailleur? :)
John E, didn't know you were the famous Hillary Stone. :D
FYI this derailluer was produced for one year only, is
NOS and is ultra cool.
If you think this is nuts, someone paid 200 bucks
for a box for a Campy Crankset (1st gen record?).
Final selling price was $4210.
not bad for a 43 year old derailleur.
For $4210 do you put it on a bike or frame it?
05-14-03, 07:23 AM
Bloody hell !!!! I had a Simlex simular to that on my first "big bike" a second hand BSA my Dad bought me in the late `50s the gears work the other way , it was a 3 speed cluster , I though it was crap , Just go,s to show eh:rolleyes:
05-14-03, 08:12 AM
Weird how the japanese have been putting outrageous bids on old bike bits at Ebay for awhile now. I think there are 2-3 collectors over there with Ebay as a sole source and money is no object.
Remember the 1963 Peugeot PX-10 which sold for over $7K last year on eBay? (Does anyone want a 1980 PKN-10 for half that much?)
Don't recall the PX-10. why so much? NOS?
they seem to go for not much more than a couple
hundred bucks. what was so special about that one?
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