|Vintage Colnago paint schemes?||analog1|
Apr 4, 2003 2:40 PM
|I just bought a vintage Colnago. I'm trying to put a date on it and can't find anything online. It's got a blue to white fade through a lattice effect. Columbus SL. Chromed curved fork. I'm thinking 80's but it seems like the fancier paint came out in the '90s. I dunno.
Can anyone help me out? Resources? Ideas?
|re: Vintage Colnago paint schemes?||russw19|
Apr 4, 2003 2:47 PM
|The lattice fade effect and the curved forks were seen a lot on the 80's Mexico frames. (Frame name, not built there) and some of the Olympic frames too. If you take a picture of it, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, which is the email for Gianluca who is head of sales. He's a really cool guy, but his English is not the best, so you may have to deal with that.... but he's a good guy and will help you out if he knows what it is.
|re: Vintage Colnago paint schemes?||analog1|
Apr 4, 2003 2:55 PM
|I emailed him. Thanks for the help. Here's a picture:|
|Ha! I think I found it...||analog1|
Apr 4, 2003 3:22 PM
|This is a 1988 Super and it's the same paint scheme.|
|Yup, late 80s. nm||Spunout|
Apr 4, 2003 4:12 PM
|Yup, late 80s. nm||Rob Sal|
Apr 5, 2003 10:52 AM
|The 'Retinata' style dates from the mid about 1985, and was of course copied by many other frame makers.|| |