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1977 Colnago Super 53cm red

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  • Charles Nighbor
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       Sent: Friday, July 6, 2012 3:40 PM
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      N E V E R R A C E D . . . an Italian Classic
      * 53 cm center to top
      * Columbus tubing
      * red w/ chrome forks
      * all Campy Nuovo Record except Universal CX brakes and Aerolite pedals
      * Cinelli mod. 64 H.B. w/ Cinelli 1 Record stem (hidden binder bolt)
      * Silca frame fit pump (red to match frame) w/ Cinelli head
      * drilled Campy NR chainrings
      * black spokes w/ alloy nipples
      * alloy binder bolts and misc. alloy bits & pcs.
      * Bullseye alloy pulleys
      * Zeus 6V alloy freewheel

      This was a TdF class bicycle back in its day.

      Note: the low flange Campy NR hubs (32 hole) have the earlier, straight Q.R. levers and conical shaped "D" ring nuts.
      (to justify their existence, the CPSC later required them to be changed to curved levers and domed nuts)











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