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1960s, Girardengo, black, pics, 57cm, $595 (craigslist / San Francisco)

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  • Bob Hufford
    1960s, Girardengo, black, pics, 57cm, $595 (craigslist / San Francisco) Not mine ... Bob Hufford Springfield, MO ... 1960 s Girardengo Italian Racing Bike 57cm
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      1960s, Girardengo, black, pics, 57cm, $595 (craigslist / San Francisco)

      Not mine ...

      Bob Hufford
      Springfield, MO

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      1960's Girardengo Italian Racing Bike 57cm - $595 (sonoma)

      Date: 2011-12-28, 2:24PM PST
      Reply to: sale-qn7bf-2772959393@...

      This one bike is complete and would be a great restoration project - a bike that's nearly impossible to find. Price is firm.
      No dents or crashes. Has surficial rust on the chrome, needs cleanup and restoration, but all original.
      Serial No.: BYU218
      Seat tube is 57cm center to center; top tube is 57cm center to center.
      Standover height is: 32.5"
      Lugged chromoly steel
      Chromed Campagnolo dropouts
      Horizontal rear dropouts with axle adjusters
      Original black paint with original headbadge and seat tube badge
      Rack mounts front and rear
      Original Campagnolo "No Record" high-flange hubs with original Martano sewups.
      Wheelset round and true, original Clement sewups still hold air.
      DPM saddle
      Campy fingertip shifters on the end of the bars.
      Campy Gran Sport derailleurs
      Racer long reach brakes
      Ambrosio stem/bars
      Magistroni cranks
      Lyotard pedals

      Please respond to this email and we'll exchange phone numbers.
      -About Girardengo-
      Costante Girardengo was born on March 18, 1893 and died February 9, 1978. The Italian rider won the Giro d'Italia twice (1919 & 1923), the Tour of Lombardy three times (1919, 1921, and 1922), and the Milan-San Remo Classic six times (1918, 1921, 1923, 1925, 1926, 1928), a record which stood until Eddy Merckx broke it in 1976 with seven victories, the current record. Ain't Wikipedia grand?

      http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik/2772959393.html


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