I stumbled upon a Wooljersey album apparently belonging to Mark Koepke, and I noticed something I'd never seen before. Looking past the amazing pantographing on the crank of his Paginini (which I admit is far more interesting than what I'm about to point out), I noticed the shield logo on his Super Record front derailleur.
This doesn't seem all that odd until you think about it. Post-CPSC Campy Record and Super Record front derailleurs "all" have the wing logo by itself, no shield... Or is this more common than I think? It's a small difference, since that winged wheel is on there one way or another, but I don't recall ever seeing it surrouned by a shield. My suspicion is that this is VERY late production, like 1987... My other theory is more of a reach...
Hey Mark, if you're out there I'd love to know any details of where this ft der came from... and when you bought it.
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