Re: [CR]confente the unknown


Example: Component Manufacturers

Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 07:24:49 -0500
From: Michael Schmidt <mdschmidt56@verizon.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]confente the unknown
In-Reply-To: <B2EFAEF4-9DEB-43BD-8192-ECB747DA251F@tin.it>
To: Matteo Brandi <bees.bfg@tin.it>, <veronaman@gmail.com>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Thread-topic: [CR]confente the unknown
Thread-index: AclrQsX1BFpSKNc2Ed2/GQAWy8lbaw==


At L'Eroica's show and swap in 2006, one vendor was selling an intact 1968 Masi Special (58CM) for 800 Euro negotiable. A few tire kickers but the bike did not sell. Jamie Swan and I briefly thought about buying it, shipping it home and flipping the bike here but decided against it.

I saw only a few riders on Masi. Lots of Bianchis though.

Mike Schmidt Stirling, NJ USA

On 12/31/08 6:17 AM, "Matteo Brandi" <bees.bfg@tin.it> wrote:
> Angel said
>
> What's very interesting about the Confente mystique is that although
> he is
> Italian he's virtually unknown as a builder in Italy. Even in Verona,
> where
> he is from, I only found, over 3 years, a handful of cyclists that
> knew of
> him.
>
>
>
>
> What Angel said,makes me think that a name like POGLIAGHI is unknown
> around here,MASI is known by a circle of few/older dudes,Cinellis
> were/are known,but not many around.
>
> Teo HEARD OF POGLIAGHIS FROM AMERICANS Brandi Firenze,italy