Hey Joe ,
I noticed that one on eBay . Looks like you got a really nice bargain !! I can understand exactly what someone was thinking when they assembled those particular parts ( and I'll bet you can too ) . It was the best-of-the-best , the year it was assembled . What a fine time-capsule !
And my opinion is that the front rim is probably original , and the rear rim is definitely a replacement . Whattayathink ?
> Due to a recent purchase I'm going to be selling a Bruce Gordon project
> frame but I forgot the information about it.
> What was the name of Bruce's second line frames?
> Whats the URL of the Bruce Gordon catalog scan I remember looking at a few
> months ago?
> Here's the bike I bought, so this project goes to another home.
> I'll get a proper offer together for the frame later this week and post it
> to the list. To comply with the list rules, please wait until I get it
> properly posted to express interest etc.
> Joe Bender-Zanoni
> Great Notch, NJ
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> Subject: [CR]Supposed Colnago that really isn't
> > Hi to all interested in the Colnago Tom mentioned. If it sounds too good
> > be true...the frame is from a Nishiki Cervino, built by Colnago in the
> > 80s. I bought the 60cm c-c bike for the Super Record reduced group on it.
> > ride a 56.) The frame has been moved a dozen times since then and it
> > The Nishiki decals literally washed off when I wiped dust off it years
> > hence the confusion on whether it was a 'real' Colnago or not. And it
> > definitely has been built...that is how I bought it, just never ridden.
> Sorry to the
> > many who emailed me...to be fair to all I will probably list it on eBay
> > pics of the scratches, etc.
> > Ed Kasper
> > Detroit MI