RE: [CR]Guerciotti Q

(Example: Framebuilders:Brian Baylis)

From: "Arno Volkers" <arnovolkers@hotmail.com>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: RE: [CR]Guerciotti Q
Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 15:58:39 +0000


Hi David,here's some information about the "Paolo" things(http://www.bellat isport.com/shop/brand/46)I also have a Guerciotti, a Midrange bike with Col ombus Aelle tubing, it's a littlebit heavy but it rides really fine and dir ect. Hmm The ones with engraving aremore beautifull and lighter then mine.s uccesArno Volker5224 VG Den BoschThe Netherlands> From: beandk@rcn.com> To:
   classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 09:12:46 -0400> Subj ect: [CR]Guerciotti Q> > Thanks to listmember Andrew Conway, I bought an ol d Guerciotti and now, of> course, I have Qs.> This one has Shimano 600 comp onents and an ugly "Shimano" in large letters> on the top tube. I understa nd these were painted and sold in the US by 10> Speed Drive Imports, which is indicated by stickers on the bike.> > I took it for a short ride after m aking a few adjustments and it rides very> nicely - at least until the tire s lose air!> > The frame has a lot of trademarks stamped on it; fork crown,
   BB shell,> seatstay ends, brake bridge. The chainstay ends say "Paolo" - something,> which doesn't look like "Guerciotti." (Also a sticker with the
   same name)> What might it be?> > I took it for a short ride after making a
   few adjustments and it rides very> nicely - at least until the tires lose air!> > Are there different models? How do I identify?> When was this like ly made?> Where do I find a serial number?> > > > David Bean> Arlington, MA
> beandk at are-see-enn dot com> __________________________________________