i have for sale a late 60s or early 70s 60cm italian true track frame for sale. top tube is 58cm. 120 rear spacing. no braze ons and neither the front nor rear is drilled for brakes. frame is very straight, and very quick. i am not sure of the maker, as it has been re-enameled in pearlescent white and there are no decals or marks left. no holes for a headbadge. the lugs are very simple, similar to prugnat. both the front and rear dropouts are marked columbus, and i assume the frame tubes are as well. there are no cracks or dents anywhere in the frame, but the paint is chipped on the rear track ends (from use, obviously) and there are a few scrapes throughout, but overall it is in good to very good condition.
BB is italian threaded, and the bb shell is stamped "68". since the bb is italian, i am assuming this might be a date code rather than a width stamping. all the components which were on the bike seem to match up datewise, and both campy hubs (not for sale) were dated on the nuts 70.
unfortunately, i have no digital camera (living in the dark ages).
frame and fork, $150 shipped to conUS. outside of that, we can figure something out.
frame and fork, with Campy N.R. italian special pista BB and campy pista headset installed $235 shipped.
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