[CR]Now: Catalogo Campagnolo Was: Cambio Corsa - how to shift/Catalogo Campagnolo


Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 15:46:52 -0700
From: Chuck Schmidt <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
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Subject: [CR]Now: Catalogo Campagnolo Was: Cambio Corsa - how to shift/Catalogo Campagnolo

Jan Heine wrote:
> (cut)
> The "Catalogo" indeed is an invaluable resource. I recommend it to
> anybody even remotely interested in Italian bikes.
>
> But mine (one of the first produced) does not appear to have the
> Cambio Corsa instructions. Neither in the front with the catalogs,
> nor in the back with the supplementary materials. Was this added more
> recently than my copy? (cut)

Yes, material has been added to the Catalog Campagnolo as it has become available over the past seven or so years since the first copies I made.

I think the next change will be the addition of photos that would detail the changes in the individual parts and the approximate year these changes occurred.

That might push the reprint into the 750 page region. I think it already weighs in the neighborhood of 3 and three quarter pounds now!

Chuck Schmidt L.A., CA

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