[CR]Ebay re-listing: Restored Colnago Super

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From: "Walter Nash" <wbnash@msn.com>
To: "classicrendezvous" <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 17:50:50 -0700
Seal-Send-Time: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 17:50:51 -0700
Subject: [CR]Ebay re-listing: Restored Colnago Super

Thanks to all of you for helping me get the larger and more detailed photos of my restored Colnago Super up on the Ebay re-listing and Wool Jersey.

The NEW Ebay listing link is: http://tinyurl.com/2kgj7n<http://tinyurl.com/2kgj7n>

More photos that can be enlarged may be found at http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/Walter/2/<http://www.wooljersey.com/g allery/v/Walter/2/>

This is a relisting - this bike was on Ebay last week. We posted photos that were very small and could not change them on the listing. Ebay suggested ending the auction and relisting the bike with the photos done properly. This listing has photos that are much larger and more detailed. We are sorry for any inconvenience from the termination and relisting. This bike is professionally restored, completely pantographed/engraved, exceptionally well detailed, immaculate, in as new condition, and a real show stopper. It is from the Alan Bernstein collection. Bernstein purchased this bike from the original owner in California, had it restored, and repainted by Peter Weigel in Molteni orange. It has all of its original components and is believed to be an early to mid '70's model 'single clover' Colnago. 51cm center to top on the seat tube (50cm center to center). 53cm center to center top tube.

It is equipped with a Nuovo Record drive train, Brooks Swallow saddle, TTT bar and stem (both Colnago engraved), Campagnolo Nuovo Record brakes with drilled, Colnago engraved and painted levers, Colnago engraved and painted Campagnolo seatpost, Colnago engraved and painted shift levers, Colnago engraved chain ring, Colnago branded toe clips (leather covered), Binda toe straps, Mavic Oro rims, 36 H high flange hubs, Omas headset, Ofmega crankset, custom leather wrapped bars and lever covers, and Clement Colnago tires.

Walter Nash
Tucson AZ