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Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2007 01:28:54 +0100
Subject: Re: [CR]COLNAGO INTERNATIONAL and "Sport?"
From: "Dirk Feeken" <>
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Thread-Topic: [CR]COLNAGO INTERNATIONAL and "Sport?"
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Maybe they weren't exported to the US, but in Europe they are very common. You find more old Colnago Sport over here than Supers. It was the entry model, below the International or Colner frames. Typical mid class frames, which could have been made anywhere, no Colnago cut outs and entry level parts.


-- Dirk Feeken Heidelberg Germany

Am 01.11.2007 1:13 Uhr schrieb "Harvey Sachs" unter <>:
> At l'Eroica, there was for sale one orange Colnago "Sport" (frameset
> with melange of parts) if I recall correctly, and I think I saw at least
> one other during the ride. This was definitely not your A-list Colnago.
> The seat eyes, for example, were your basic slit-tube-and-and-beat-flat
> design. Were these common? Comparable to the rare Cinelli "Riviera"
> third-line bikes?