Record Corsa, C-Record, was introduced in Catalog 18 bis published 4/85
18 bis is NOT strictly speaking a catalogue it is an addendum
to the catalogue in which Record Corsa
group was first announced in 1984.
An anomaly is that the f & r derailleurs are refererred to as C Record.
I cannot, apart from the anomaly mentioned, find a single reference to the Record Corsa
group being called C Record in any factory catalogue (for the European market) of the"classic era".
I appreciate your attempt at clarification but it appears it is in the spirit of"oneupmanship"and not clarity: your comment apropos the addendum (refer my first sentence this post: I suggest you look up what"bis"means in Italian) only supports my comment about the launch date of the group in question.
Which is what my original comment in this thread was all about; that is that Record Corsa
was launched in 1984 - not
...your exhibit three and the SR comment, it would be the importer actively selling SR not Campagnolo!
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