Ian Raleigh wrote:
This is a super! I'd check with these pictures whilst looking at your frame.http://www.classicbikeshop.eu/frame-col ... od-60.html
I'm no Colnago expert but didn't the Super have a chrome rear stay! Also Colnago made a lower spec' Sport model frame....I think.
Note on the above 'link' the gear cable stop is on the bottom where as your frame cable stop is on the top!
That's a very odd 'super'... (classic bike shop ) never seen the seat stays shot in like that, almost wrap-over ( hmmmm )
early supers with chrome lugs ( an option ) had stays like this: (my 70s nag, now gone to pastures new)http://www.flickr.com/photos/51987088@N ... 682536140/
Boggy, if you are looking for 1st gen super record like from my Mattolini, does the Colnago you bought have fluted seat stays into the seat lug and BB top cable guides?
Pictures are from my 80s super, note seat stay with pantho and chromed chain stay with cable stop on bottom.
Also attached Catalog pic from that era:
Maybe it's cool to run with those Zeus forks, by the time you've dialled in a proper refinish you'll be up to the price of this which I SHOULD have bought!
:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/140957647207? ... 1423.l2649
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