Thats weird, I got hardly any results when I searched on ebay for "3-pin" or "nordic", maybe I was on ebay.ca or something...
Restoring these old pairs ski's was a pleasure. It was quite a lot of work getting them prepped for applying pine tar, and a little tin of pine tar is terribly expensive, but it was definitely worth it. These old wooden ski's work great. On one of Ray Mears' BBC programs he travels to Lapland and learns to make wooden ski's. Watching them make their own pine tar and transform a dead tree into a beautiful pair of ski's with nothing but hand tools is what inspired me to bring these ones back to life.
The thrift shops here seem to have piles of crappy ski's, but no ski boots/shoes for some reason.
Thats really kind of you Mr. Thomas. My shoe size is 10US/42euro, but I go for a bigger size for winter foot wear. I'm not sure the width of the bindings, the ski's are in storage right now. If I had to guess I'd say they're 75mm. They're pretty old ski's, I don't seem to recall the shoe's I have being particularly tapered, and when I borrowed a pair they happened to fit, so they're probably the more common configuration.