That is lovely. I bet it cost you like shit loads?
The brakes alone require remortgaging of one's house...
Not any where near as much as some modern plastic ones. You just need time & patience to source the correct parts in v/good to mint condition. I'm fairly lucky in that I have loads of contacts being an ex pro mechanic & have owned a bike shop for years. So I tend to know where I sold stuff over the years.
A tip for what its worth, there are a lot of people trying to pass off C-Record parts that are in fact Croce D'Aune & in some cases Chorus. I personally wont buy anything thats been polished ( ie the anodising & the decals polished off)
ALSO more importantly whats happening now is people are polishing off the etched logo & then getting the parts engraved with the Campagnolo logo & passing them off as first edition parts, & trying to charge the earth for them. Look on E-bay & see just how many engraved 1st edition c-record parts are now suddenly becoming available. I'll let you guys decide if its genuine or not.
Here is a perfect example of what I'm referring to, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/130607164386? ... 500wt_1413
This person is actually saying its been engraved BUT what happens if someone decides not to tell ? when its been done to c-record parts?
If it isn't broke then don't fix it.
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