That is a Mexican made Windsor, circa 1978. It is actually a lower model with straight guage tubing.
Joe Bender-Zanoni Great Notch, NJ
Nathan Aschbacher wrote:
> I'm new to the list.
> I recently purchased a beautiful vintage road bike, but I'm totally
> uncertain of its era or make.
> Here's a link to some pictures of the bike (built up with modern
> parts) and the original fork (not used because of a switch to 700c
> Here's everything I know about it:
> 1) Previous owner suspected it was a Cinelli, hence the stickers, but
> I'm highly doubtful.
> 2) Originally had 27" wheels.
> 3)Suntour dropouts.
> 4) Fork has a slight slope to the crown.
> 5) On the non-drive side of the bike just below the seat cluster
> appears to be the serial number stamped into the seattube lengthwise.
> 6) The lug-style looks similar but not identical to a 60's era Masi
> 7) It's been repainted (badly).
> 8) No braze-on's
> 9) I believe it is Italian, but I'm not certain.
> Anyone have any clues or ideas? I've dug round oldroads.com and
> wooljersey.com a bit, as well as the pictures section of this site,
> but nothing conclusive.
> Nathan Aschbacher
> Spokane, WA