Thanks for the nice comments. Glad others agree.
Nice bike - I bet it handles really sweet too. If you can find a Gios Aero fork for an Aerodynamic I'll quite happily swap you my Super Record fork complete with coins in the crown.
Cheers, i'll keep an eye out! I was ideally looking for the Chrome, flat crown fork with the engraved 'Gt'. I think that's what should belong here and the coin in crown ones on the slightly newer ones. Could be wrong and do love those coin in crown forks too!
The handling took me a while to get used to actually. I think the headset was adjusted badly initially. Fixed now.
That's beautiful, are you running a free wheel or a cassette? Was it difficult to convert?
Cheers - It's a 9 speed cassette. New Campag hubs are pretty much non-existent (for my price range anyway), so I went with Ambrosio Zeniths, after hearing some fairly decent reviews. Nice and shiny too. I laced the rear wheel half radial on the non drive side also, which i'd been meaning to try for a while as it seemed to have small practical benefits and looked good too! I found it easier to build a rear wheel this way.
Everything was straight forward enough. Even the Campagnolo cable set came with a little cable end for the Campag gear cable braze-on on the chainstay.
Paint is actually powder coat by the way. It has been lacquered over the top. I originally wanted stove but Keep in Uckfield didn't have a suitable colour. They told me they could get the gloss I was after with powder + lacquer. I knew the Ral code that I liked (5002) and was asking them to match a stove paint to a ral code which could have been difficult. The colour is good I think. The seat tube decal I think is too long for this size frame, which meant I had to clamp the derailleur over it. This has already marked the decal and lacquer.