I need a little help in configuring a 1973 Masi. As some of you may recall recently Norm Hellman recently offered his 73 Masi and I just received it today. It's in very nice shape, It has nice patina, and I'm going to avoid my usual resoration mainia and build it up as found. So here's where I need the help. Would it have been built with 73 Campy components or earlier. I suppose it depends upon when in 73 it was made, and how much stock Masi California had on hand at the time. So does anyone have any information of what frame #88 from 1973 would have been built with.
Jim Ready Cupertino, California USA
PS Norm did a great job in carefully packing up the frame, I know it takes a lot of work to do that.
> For Masi collectors, I have the following Masi USA frame for sale: A very
> early Carlsbad Masi frame and fork,it is # 88,made in 1973 ,with the rare
> plated fork crown. There are no dings or dents,the frame has been ridden
> over the years,but still in good shape.The size is 60cm or 23 3/4 inches
> the center of the bottom bracket to the top of the seatube. It has the
> Masi"Breaking Away" red orange paint scheme. Workmanship is of the highest
> quality,this frame could have been made by Mario Confente,it is perhaps
> third or fourth batch coming out of the the original Masi USA
> site.$1,000.00.Note the size of the pink Tommasini frame is 55cm center to
> top. Norm
> Hellman,Riverdale,New York.
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