Re: [CR]Yes, (shudder!) more Masi input.....


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Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 11:52:23 -0800
From: Brian Baylis <rocklube@adnc.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Yes, (shudder!) more Masi input.....
References: <B6C28A8C.116F%d.kennard@home.com>


Duane,

The 3ttt bars you mention were proper for very early CA Masis. Of course there is the matching 3ttt stem that goes with it. There were a small number of these 3ttt record stems which had the Faliero Masi signiture engraved in them. I never got one. Any one have one of these? One they might want to sell? Length 10cm to 11cm.

The proper saddle for that period is a 3ttt suede padded saddle, again some of which had a Masi logo on them.

FYI. The actual proper freewheel and chain for an early CA GC is Everest (Italy). The rest is obvious and are common parts of the period.

Brian Baylis
>
> Hi gang,
>
> While we're still on the Masi thread, does anyone know what period
> the 3-ttt Masi-engraved SL handlebars were around? Were they made
> for the US or Italian Masis? Just wondering if they'd be correct on
> my '74 CaliMasi. Thanks,

>

> Duane Kennard