That sure is one gorgeous Colnago.
The only thing that grates slightly to my eyes are the Shamal wheels. They look fine on a more modern style of frame but I reckon they look kind of clumsy and bulky on a spindly classic steel frame. I prefer Record hubs with Open Pro rims for a more balanced look.
But then what do I know...
And while we're all flagrantly showing off our Colnagos, here's mine, a 2000 model Master Olympic with Art Decor paint. Well, it was mine until some low-life stole it from my bike shed.
I miss it like hell and would love to get hold of a similar one if I can find one.
1996 TJ Flying Gate, 1989 Concorde Aquila, 1969 curly Hetchins Magnum Bonum, 1956 Bates BAR, 1955 Gillott, 1955 Claud Butler Avant Coureur Special, 1953 Ernie Clements Special Course, 1950 Granby, 1948 FH Grubb lugless, 1938 WJ Hood Palace Special