It may have been a Colnago from the start, but the frames details show a remarkable likeness to my dads Gianni Motta from ~1980. Identlical seat lug, similar other lugs (apart from the clover leaf). Do i smell a Billato in disguise? :)
Martin Appel Munich, Germany
"Anthony Kinder" <email@example.com> schrieb:
>Unfortunately there is no one photo that categorically proves it is a
>Colnago. The clover in the head tube lug and the fork shoulders are
>good as you can see but they could be simply painted on. Stranger
>The head tube lugwork from the front does look legitimate (ie it's not
>pointed in the middle) so don't let me talk anyone out of it.
>Nice NR cranks and rear derailleur.
>Perth, Western Australia
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>Subject: [CR]Early Colnago Super for sale on German ebay ENDING VERY
>Check out this Colnago Super in very clean shape:
>Were this bike for sale in teh US, the price would be considerably
>higher with less than one hour left to auction end.