Kim, it certainly looks like a P now. But, it would be very easy to make an F into a P with a little bit of dremmeling. On the blue version the "G?" is not visible at all. Edward Albert Chappaqua, New York, U.S.A.
On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 5:14 PM, kim klakow <Akimbo71@gmx.net> wrote:
> No, Ed, that is definately a "P" on the BB shell.
> > Kerrigan Bennett wrote:
> > "One thing that I find particularly interesting about this bike is that
> > below
> > the bottom bracket stamp reading "M59.5," there are two other smaller
> > characters stamped that look like "G P" to me. "G P" could be for Gosta
> > Pettersson. If this was actually his bike, this would be worth even
> > I
> > would think."
> > ______
> > I took this to be "GF" for "George Fischer," the makers of the sand cast
> > BB shell used by Masi in that period.
> > Ed Granger
> > Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
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