RE: [CR]Guerciotti Advice


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From: Jesse Hearndon <viper7990@hotmail.com>
To: <wtgrantham@comcast.net>, c r <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: RE: [CR]Guerciotti Advice
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 13:01:06 -0500
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I used those eBay decals on my 86' Ciocc frame restoration. My set came fro m a seller in Australia that makes a ton of them, I would bet he has a set for your Guercotti. I think a few other members here on this mailing list have used them before on their restorations as well. They are pretty nice, and very accurate. You can wet-transfer them, or you can stick them on. My decals have held for 700 miles sans a few incidents with careless spectators at bike shows and an instance at a b ike shop which was my fault and can be fixed with touch-up paint.

The only thing I noticed is my re-pro Ciocc decals had a small copyright lo go on the corners which I cut off before application, the factory Ciocc decals did not have these. I don't know how all Guercottis are but a friend of mine has an original carbon / aluminum Guercotti and his does not have the copyright emblem.

Jesse Hearndon West Melbourne, FL
> From: wtgrantham@comcast.net> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Date: W ed, 17 Dec 2008 07:13:16 -0500> Subject: [CR]Guerciotti Advice> > Hello e veryone, new guy on the list. I found and subscribed recently > after pur chasing this vintage Guerciotti. > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie wItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&> item=290278477654> It's in really nice
   shape and I am interested in keeping it as original > as possible. I have googled everything I can think of to try and find > pics of other similar b ikes but don't find much so I have a few > questions for the experts.> > 1.
   It is missing a few decals, (mostly the big columbus decal and one of > small fork columbus decal) I find the replacements on ebay, but I am > wo ndering about the concensus of the group on replacement decals. Is the > qu ality good enough? Does it "taint" the originality of the bike?> > 2. Two o ther decals are missing and I am not sure what they were. One > was located
   on the headtube, above the star and the other on the top > tube near the
   headtube both were about 1/2 in wide and I am guessing > they were the sam e decal. From the decal sets I see it looks like they > could have been "Ma de In Italy" decals. Does that sound correct?> > 3. What saddle would this bike have come with originally? > > 4. What style and color of bar tape wou ld this bike have originally come > with? I assume either blue like the fra me color or yellow to match the > decals and brake cable housings.> > Thank s for any help you can provide> Todd Grantham> Fort Wayne, IN> United Sta tes > > --- StripMime Report -- processed MIME parts ---> multipart/alterna tive> text/plain (text body -- kept)> text/html> ---> _____________________