[CR]Re: Legnano

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From: <BobHoveyGa@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 18:01:00 EDT
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]Re: Legnano


Would love to get some photos of the bike for my collection if it is not too much trouble. Just out of curiosity, what would you ask for the 38cm bars, assuming a prospective purchaser does not take you up on the offer to swap them out? Nick says he has a set for me, but he's out of town at the moment and I don't know if they are the right size.

I got a nice set of what appear to be first generation Campy brake levers today for $15. I'm still not sure if I'm going to keep the Universals on the Masi, but for that price I figured I should go ahead and get them anyway.

Looks like you've got some nice stuff on Ebay. Those high-flange C-Record hubs are gorgeous... wish my set looked that nice.

Hope all's well with you.


In a message dated 6/3/04 3:02:15 PM, classicrendezvous-request@bikelist.org writes:

> Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 18:13:04 +0000
> From: themaaslands@comcast.net
> To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org (Classic  Rendezvous)
> Subject: [CR]55 cm 1970 Legnano for sale
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> Those of you who went to le cirque may have seen the white 1970 Legnano with
> red trim that Chuck Schmidt rode on one of the rides and that I had at my
> table on the swap day.
> This bike is for sale.
> It is a 55 cm seat-tube x 55 cm top-tube C/C frame, equipped with Universal
> super 68 brakes and for the rest all Campagnolo Nuovo Record components. The
> bike also comes with old style bolted Cinelli 100 mm 1/A stem and old style
> Cinelli Campione del Mondo bars in the highly sought after 42 cm width C/C or
> 44 cm outside to outside. If these bars are too wide for you, I would be more
> than happy to switch them out for a NOS, still in the Cinelli sleeve, set of
> old logo 38 cm Giro D'Italia bars. The chainset is set up with 53/42
> chainrings. The seatpost is a shorty 130 mm length common to almost all Italian
> bikes at the time. The saddle is a newer buffalo leather Selle San Marco Rolls
> (which I could switch out with a Brooks pro if so desired.)
> The bike has the Legnano seatlug bolt placement in front and below the lug.
> It also has chromed headlugs, fork crown, fork ends, and the last about 6" of
> the chain and seatstays. Furthermore, it also has the very uncommon
> Campagnolo vertical rear dropouts! The bike is particularly light for its time, on my
> bathroom scales it weighed in at about 21 lbs (just under 10 kg). It is
> obviously not a run of the mill Legnano.
> I can send photos to anybody who is interested. Price $1000.
> --
> Steven Maasland
> Moorestown, NJ