Ive thought the same thing about ebay seller "radmatrose". Something doesnt quite look right and he has lots of quantities. Can anyone confirm or deny?
Mark buswell Sf, ca, usa
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On Dec 17, 2008, at 11:59, "accobra" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I recently bought a 1970's Colnago and I'd like to dress it up with
> a few early panto items. The following eBay seller has a neat stem
> but the size of the "Colnago" writing on the side is somewhat larger
> than what I'm used to seeing for this vintage. Then I got to
> looking at his other auctions and it seems he has an unusually high
> number of panto items.
> Below are some links to some of his current & sold items in the last
> month or two. There are so many and in styles I've never seen that
> I'm concerned that the pantos have been added recently. I would
> rather be wrong about all this because I like some of it. But I
> don't want to pay real money for something that's been recently
> created to look old & original.
> Here's the Colnago stem I have an interest in:
> He had another one just like it a week or two ago:
> How about handlebars with this Colnago logo engraved on them?
> Campy Super Record Colnago rear derailleur?
> Bianchi chainring that looks like this?
> Colnago shift levers. He's sold several pairs of these. The flat
> surfaces look much fresher than the rest of the shifter:
> Old Campy pedals with panto & newer signature?
> Would DeRosa do it this way?
> More DeRosa. Pedals:
> Same picture, different auction for Colnago shifters. Is he
> manufacturing these...?
> Another very odd style Colnago panto item. Shift levers:
> I've never seen a Masi seatpost look like this:
> There's more but you get the point. Thoughts & comments? Should I
> bet the farm or run the other way?
> Mark Winkelman
> Dallas, Texas USA