Re: [CR]Colnago Frame Identification


Example: Framebuilding:Tubing:Falck
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 11:39:23 -0700
From: "Brian Baylis" <rocklube@adnc.com>
To: BukasNaLang@cs.com
Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Colnago Frame Identification
References: <44.12914e2e.28c11b67@cs.com>


Dave,

That bike is a complete piece of crap, throw it away immediately before it infects the rest of the good bikes in San Diego. I'll give you the location of my trash can where I won't even charge you to deposit it!

Just for your information (althought now that you're dumping it at my house you won't need it), the frame is 1971 or '72 in all likelyhood. I had one like it in 1972 (can you tell I still miss it, it was involved in a crash and was never the same after the Eisentraut repair job) and the correct colors and decal graphics I will have on hand before too long. I'll show you the stuff if you bring me the frame to look at; come alone after dark, and leave your I.D. at home!

All kidding aside, I can help you but I might offer to trade you a Masi for it or something. Be ready.

Brian (actually, I'm harmless; just bring the bike) Baylis La Mesa, CA
>
> Any assistance in obtaining an accurate model and year identification of a
> Colnago frame would be greatly appreciated:
>
> Colnago flowers on top tube's head & seat lugs, and downtube head lug. Flower
> cut out on BB shell.
>
> Round dot on seat lug of seat tube.
>
> Fork is flat, with chrome crown and 2 dots on each side.
>
> No shifter bosses or holes for water bottle cages.
>
> No brake cable loops. Size is 48cm with 52cm top tube.
>
> Should there be a head badge on this frame? There is a little hole that
> looks like it was filled in where a head badge might have been present.
>
> Any ideas on the correct colors and decals?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Dave Field
> San Diego, CA