Here's my build or more correctly rebuild of my old warhorse.
Frame: 59cm 1994 Cinelli Supercorsa-columbus SLX-Rosso Ferrari over
Headset:Stronglight alloy with taper roller bearings
Stem: ITM titantium 12cm
Handlebar:Ambrosia lite ergo 44cm
Bar Tape: Ambrosia original
Brake Levers/Shifters:Campag chorus carbon 10 speed
Brake Calipers:Shimano Dura ace DP
Front Derailleur:Campag record 10 speed
Rear Derailleur:Campag centaur 10 speed
Cassette:Campag centaur 13-26 10 speed
Cranks:1st generation Campag Chorus 172.5 polished
Chainrings:Campag Chorus 10 speed 53/39
Bottom Bracket:Campag centaur
Hubs:front;specialized 24h. rear; Ambrosia Zenon 28h
Tyres:Schwalbe Durano S 23mm
Saddle: Flite Titanium
Weight:Too much!( 20 1/4lbs)
I'd always wanted a Cinelli SC frame,iconic, with a blood line going back to the 1940's and also very rare, at least in the UK,in fact I'd never seen one in the flesh until my one landed on my door step in'94. Mine came via a European contact and at the right price mainly because he couldn't shift them because everyone wanted the latest welded alloy frames.
Originally I built the frame up using a Shimano Dura ace STI groupset (and if they had known about this in Milan I could well have been" sleeping with the fishes")Although I did fit a Campag Chorus chainset.
Sadly I only used the bike for one last swansong season,then hung my wheels up.My only cycling since has been the daily commute and naturally a SC is far to good for that,so it was stripped and mothballed.
Anyway, recently I have started to get the flavour again,hence the rebuild,
a mixture of the original set up ,new parts and bits I had in the workshop,
absolute delight to ride,a keeper for sure
Cinelli trade mark seat lug.
Cinelli aero cast bottom bracket shell.
All Cinelli SC have chrome lugs
Hand polished Chorus cranks.