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 Post subject: 2 steel frames to id
PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 5:56 pm 
Old School Hero

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I will strip these two and recycle/sell the parts. I was just wondering about the maker of these 2 frames...

as always thanks a lot for the precious help!

b

frame 1: Gipiemme stamped on dropouts and brake bridge. RGF (french I believe?) stamped on BB shell. Nevermind the Precisa :D
chrome on seatstays and chainstay is a sticker foil.

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and it's a 63!


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Old School Hero

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and then there's this funky one:

Campagnolo rear dropouts, Shimano fork dropouts.
Campagnolo stickers here and there... RGF stamped BB shell.
possibly an Allegro/Puch?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:33 pm 
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dont strip them mate. there not bad looking bikes. the white one might be a peugeot as the decals are similar to the old peugeots.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:01 pm 
Old School Hero

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james27 wrote:
dont strip them mate. there not bad looking bikes. the white one might be a peugeot as the decals are similar to the old peugeots.


I'd hate to strip the white one as it's got the full Record and Mavic/Fiamme period correct set... I'm only waiting for the right frame to come by to do the transplant.

I've been looking at Peugeot bikes on the web but I can only find the ones with the rainbow stickers in a square shape... my frame has rainbows sprayed over the white powder-coat. You think mine could be a Peugeot? Any particular signs that I should look for?

the red Gipiemme frameset is nice too with the Colnago Precisa, but it's a 63, kind of unconfortable for me. and the parts are mixed, there's even an LX long cage rear mech there. I will use some of the Shimano 600 parts towards a complete grouppo.

I'd really like to know what these frames were badged...

thanks!
b


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