Re: [CR]Fwd: Supposed Colnago that really isn't, made for Nishiki

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Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 15:13:46 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]Fwd: Supposed Colnago that really isn't, made for Nishiki

In a message dated 10/14/2003 3:07:24 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:
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> In case this didn't get to everyone interested...I'm still being swamped
> with
> inquiries:
> In a message dated 10/14/03 9:30:58 AM Eastern Daylight Time, Wolfman231
> writes:
> >Hi to all interested in the Colnago Tom mentioned. If it sounds too good
> >to be true, it usually is...the frame is from a Nishiki Cervino, built by
> >Colnago in the early 80s. I bought the 60cm c-c bike for the Super Record
> >reduced group on it. (I ride a 56.) The frame has been moved a dozen
> times since
> >then and it shows. The Nishiki decals literally washed off when I wiped
> dust
> >off it years ago, hence perhaps 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 be fair to all I
> will
> >probably list it on eBay with pics of the scratches, etc. to give everyone
> a
> >fair shot.
> >
> >Ed Kasper
> >Detroit MI
> >
> >

Colnago decals or not, this is one COOL LOOKING frameset, with advanced features for the time. Had it been my size, we would probably not be having this thread!

Best regards, Mark Agree (had fun at the Detroit get together) Southfield MI