[CR]late 60's/early 70's Bottechia for sale

(Example: Framebuilding:Norris Lockley)

From: "Alan Cline" <alancline@earthlink.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 16:15:56 -0800
Subject: [CR]late 60's/early 70's Bottechia for sale

Hi All-

The following is listed for a customer of mine. he brought it to me for a repaint and to have track dropouts installed for fixed gear commuting. i convinced him to let me offer it to the list and see if it could find a new home. i was able to source him a much more suitable frame for his commuting.

The frame is in remarkably good condition but does suffer from some paint chips and general wear - it certainly does not need a repaint IMO.It is white with red highlights. It is 54c-c with a 55cm top tube. Chrome head lugs an 1/3 of seat and e. Long campy dropouts with eyelets, chrome fork crown and lower 1/3 of fork legs, no brazeons, and has a headbadge.

The following components are included and may or may not be original - he bought the bike new and thought the components might be original but I suspect many were added later or are not the correct components. Nonetheless they are nice vintage components.

Campy low flange tipo hubs with Mavic montherly rims / Clement "gransport 65" tubulars

Mafac competition brakeset

Stem is an alloy that has a "lugged" look to it - engraved "carnielli"

handlebars are fiamme and have a knights helmet engraved on them

Two cranksets - one is a Nervar and the other is a stronglight

"ideale" seatpin

old silca pump that is engraved "Bottechia"

Campagnolo clamp on shifters with umbrella pump holder

campy cable guides for derailleurs and for top tube brake cable

Campagnolo rally rear derailleur that looks excellent in box.

$325 including shipping. Photos are available.

I can be reached at (541)513-4667.

My work e:mail is alan@co-motion.com and that is good for working hours communication or my home e:mail which is alancline@earthlink.net .

thanks much

Alan Cline

Eugene,OR