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Old November 16th 03, 09:35 PM
Greg Achtem
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Default FA: Bicycle stool. Unique and fun!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=3637858549

Just in time for holiday gift giving. A unique one of a kind bicycle
themed stool. Perfect for the shop or garage. Use it for extra seating
when the whole family is over for the holidays. The cyclist in your life
would love to have one of these in their collection. Great for work at
the shop bench.

This stool is made from quality recycled components. The frame of the
stool came from a Carlton Cobra constructed from premium high tensile
steel, chromed, and highlighted with black and flamboyant red details.
It features long horizontal droupouts and a 70 mm bottom bracket shell
for a stable base. Stylish lugged construction and full wraparound
seatstays add to the old world charm. Comfortable seating is provided by
a Brooks sprung saddle in excellent condition. Seating postition is
adjustable using common hand tools.

As this stool is made from recycled materials, there are many nicks,
scratches and flaws in the finish that add to the special patina that
can only be developed with age. Even with these added character features
this stool will give years and years of enjoyable service.

Check it out at
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=3637858549.

Good luck and happy holidays!

Greg

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