Ben brings up an excellent point. When I first commented, I didn't even notice the 'teardrop' shaped cups. The only headset from campy that I could find with a similar shape was victory, but this has flats on the cup, sorta of a hybrid between GS and NR. Perhaps this is something else with a campy top nut? Note there are no other campy markings other than the top nut. Campy seemly like to put a stamp on any part possible.
Honestly, I wouldn't put it past the seller as he/she has already taken some liberties with the description.
Sean Flores San Francisco, CA USA
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> Coolio's ...
> I think Krister might be right. No Gran Sport or Pista headset I know
> had downwards drooped cups like that. And from what I know Gran Sport
> headsets had only 2 wrench flats. I discount the box. It doesn't mean
> anything other than being presented with it ... I have learnt this in
> the past the hard way.
> FWIW the same seller has what looks like a genuine Pista headset
> running concurrently ...