Bob always knows these things big time!! I don't even try to get anything past him.
I should add that I had a 72ish Mirella that came stock with dura-ace brakes while the rest was Campy a mix of NR with some GS hubs and headset through in for good measure (I guess).
Weirded me out big time, so I switched out to the Super 68s for the whopping price of $18 boxed, got me some Campy cables and rode the heck out of them bugger years later on into my sophmore year of college.
Yes, they looked wimpy and I can't say I wanted to see if they bent any easier than Campy, but they did the trick...and yes that quick release thingy was retro before the word retro was even invented.
> Date: Thu, 14 May 2009 20:27:52 -0700
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [CR] Universal 68s BIG PLUS
> Cinelli recommended them as they did not hit the DT near the
> shifters , Campy and all others (knock offs clones etc) did damage and
> even dent the DT. 68s swing UNDER the tube
> BOB FREITAS
> bike to work day was quite something , I did not think it was
> possible to ride 40 miles
> MILL VALLEY, CA USA