Re: [CR]Any frame sleuths around? Trying to ID some things


Example: Production Builders:Cinelli:Laser
Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 08:25:14 -0700
Subject: Re: [CR]Any frame sleuths around? Trying to ID some things
From: "Steven L. Sheffield" <stevens@veloworks.com>
To: Ben Kamenjas <bici_pimp@mac.com>, Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
In-Reply-To: <F16459B2-4B77-11D9-B4D5-000393B3BF4C@mac.com>


On 12/11/2004 06:24 AM, "Ben Kamenjas" <bici_pimp@mac.com> wrote:
> Hey Cool Cats,
>
> I posted a little while ago about a fork with a stamping of a "c"
> within a diamond in the sloping crown.
>
> Duane Kennard wrote:
>> Ron Cooper? See:
>>
>> http://www.veloworks.com/roncooper/coopergallery/pages/diamondc.html
>
> & John Thompson wrote:
>> If it looks like this: http://www.os2.dhs.org/~john/cinelli.jpg
>> it might be a Cinelli, but there were many copies from other
>> companies, notably Everest in Taiwan.
>>
>> If you cut the blades off and look inside the sockets, a Cinelli crown
>> will have the name CINELLI cast inside the socket. :-)
>
> I dunno about cutting the fork but am more interested to know about the
> stamping. Similar to Cooper but from the pics on Veloworks I see
> different crowns used and different stamping. Early version? or
> something else?
>
> http://homepage.mac.com/bici_pimp/.Pictures/speedwell/cfork.jpg

Could I see a picture of the seatcluster treatment of the frame with the diamond-c engraved in the fork?

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