Tires are very nice.
Nice. I was watching that one too. Very east coastMendonCycleSmith said:So it may not be the MOST desirable bike on the block, heck, it was even built for a huge retailer. But it's old, it's about as minty fresh a a bike can get, and it's all mine
It just spoke to me.
Just tell them to get whoever 'just pulled it out of the box and built it' to put it back in the box, it sound to me like maybe they are a little disappointed about the sale price and are trying to make a few bucks on the shipping, but maybe I'm being too cynical.MendonCycleSmith said:Thanks all, I'm prett pumped. I now I just need to convince them that it doesn't have to go "in a huge long box" as they seem to think it has to. They wanted over $100 for shipping, which would have to be OS3, I know this'll fit in a standard box.....
Kyle, shoulda left the pink, not that polished is bad, but the old school pink was hot, you could have gotten some pink housing to set it off, worked with the color a bit....
Nah, they listed $105 as shipping, right in the listing. I sent note, asking if I could pay to have them box it, and use my UPS account to pay shipping. He said no problem, but mentioned it needed a BIG box....:skep:mechagouki said:they are a little disappointed about the sale price and are trying to make a few bucks on the shipping, but maybe I'm being too cynical.
Hee hee, they said they were a college town shop that shipped bikes all the time. That said, I have no idea if he's the owner, and has no real idea, or what. Still awaiting response to my post purchase note....byknuts said:might wanna send him a step-by-step pictorial showing how to pack a bike!
Rarity is more than just how few there are. There's likely very few of the first rolls of toilet paper made, left around, but I doubt very many are looking for itKyle0614 said:btw how rare is a vintage ll bean c-dale anyway can't be to many floating around?
Kinda cool but just another Whale in a different wrapper really.sfgirlonbike said:Looks like a good strip and flip.