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#785200 09/23/19 2:30 pm
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Just getting into the Velocette marque, is there a reliable / quality Velocette parts supplier in the USA ?.... I know the vendors in the UK .... but shipping costs are ridiculous !

Thanks.

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Ed Gilkison (sp) is the only person doing Velo parts as a business in the US I know of. A good person but can be slow to respond and has limited stock. I have a fair stock of Velo parts I have accumulated over the past 30 years and may be able to help ([email protected]). In general, Grove in the UK is the go to for quick service and reliable availability. It helps to join the Velo club and get to know people who may be able to help.


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Thanks slow learner.... much appreciated, I'll keep your contact on file ....I don't have the bike as yet, not due until mid October, I'll know better then what I will need in the way of parts .... two for sure ... seat #MAS 89/6 ...... and rear chain guard MAS 95.
I will be joining the Velo club.

Thanks again.


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