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Here's the details on what I know(2 posts)

Here's the details on what I knowcw05
Mar 27, 2003 4:44 PM
Here's the details on the bike in case anyone is interested:
The paint is immaculate (supposedly ridden very little and waxed often), my racing year old road bike's paint doesn't look as good. There are Colnago club cutouts in the bb shell, on the head tube lug and on the fork crown painted in white to the contrasting burgandy frame color (the ones on the fork crown have the club with a C around them). Also, the name Colnago is stamped into the dropouts and into the chainstays behind the bb. The gruppo on it is Campy, pretty sure it's Campy Victory/Triomphe. The seatpost, cranks, hubs, rear and front derailleurs are all polished with the campy sheild but no model is listed like on the older nuevo record stuff (also, I do know that it isn't super record stuff). The wheels are Ambrosio sewups with original Vittoria tires. The stem is 3TTT with Ernesto Colnago in script on the side and the club on the front. The pedals are Ofmegas with Ernesto Colnago in script on the pedal body with the Colnago club and surrounding C (like the fork) on the clips. The straps say "Record" in block letters. The brake levers are aero Campys (supposedly off some Coors Classic racing bike) and the guy I bought it from gave me the non-aero Campy levers, an extra wheelset in Raleigh wheelcovers, a extra Brooks saddle, and an extra pair of Campy pedals with campy clips and straps. Thanks.
Sorry, this was for the post immediately below this one...novicecw05
Mar 30, 2003 11:19 AM