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Colnago C40 Team Lampre 1994, Shimano Dura Ace 8V

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Colnago C40 / 53cm (center bracket to bottom clamp) / 1994

Ritchey / Ritchey

Colnago Precisa steel forks / Shimano 600

Shimano Dura Ace / Mavic SUP / Vittoria Rubino

Shimano Dura Ace / Mavic SUP / Vittoria Rubino

Shimano Dura Ace / Shimano Dura Ace

Selle Italia Flite / Carbon 28,0mm

Shimano Ultegra SPDL / Shimano Dura Ace

Shimano Dura Ace

Shimano Dura Ace

Colnago C40 in Lampre team colours. Paintwork is great! One of the early period C40's without b-stay rear and/or HP hole. This C40 in combination with the precisa steel forks dominated Paris-Roubaix in the 90's (Ballerini, Tafi, Musseeuw), so a real classic in my opinion. Frame is in good condition, just few marks of using. Mounted stem and handlebars are terrible and really need to be replaced by ITM parts (titanium italmanubri quill stem for example), to make a correct build. Unfortunately it is not my size :(
For this reason, frame will be for sale in a few weeks..

People who friended this bike knapprobert, veggie, craiglowery, campystamp, 7six, A-ko, velocepedestrian, per.k, phantom1313

still for sale??

Beautiful bike your got there! Looks perfect size for me. Any chance it's still for sale?

looks about your size... ?

looks about your size... ?

That's what I thought, but

That's what I thought, but his other bikes are like 58's. I think his seat is just very low

size

From center bracket to top saddle, I need about 75 cm. In the picture of this C40 it is much lower.
I don't prefer a high saddle position on a classic bike.

Just my size, but...

Just my size, but dammit, I don't need it.
Is it too small or too big?

size

It's too small

You must be really

You must be really short...are you bald too like Jeff Putmzan of Stevensville Maryland?



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