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Mystery Cyclocross

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60cm 70's/80's? something: I would like to know!

3ttt Competizione (Merckx bend) / 3ttt stem

idunno / Shimano 600 headset

Shimano 600 / Mavic Ma 2 / NOS Golden Boy

Idem dito

Campangolo Strada Super Record / ?

Selle Italia Matic Tri

spd's / shimano

Mix of Suntour & Shimano barend shifters / fd Shimano 600 rd shimano Dura Ace 7402

Mafac rear & Weinmann front cantilevers / Shimano 500EX

It's definitely not a Pinarello, some previous owner put the stickers on. But i would like to know what it is. Found it on the internet and it was a little more rusty than I hoped. Saving money for paintjob and maybe a different fork.

Sorry for the bad pics next time I see some daylight I'll redo them. Notice the letters AR on the rear break post. It may be nothing but I'm not an expert.

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Your CX Smiley

reminds me to my Mondia Radquer (Cyclocross) -
https://velospace.org/node/27235 -

Cool, I love old cross

Cool, I love old cross bikes. As requested...more pics!
I'm guessing 70's to early 80's given the style of rear derailleur cable stops. Fork likely isn't original- it looks like a "Unicrown" style rather than lugged construction.
Also, look around for any markings- rear dropouts would be a good start (Campagnolo or Gipiemme maybe?).
The one detail that struck me is the headtube cable stops- also the Selle Italia Turbomatic saddle- a popular CX choice "back in the day".

pictures might help?

pictures might help?

You're right! I uploaded

You're right! I uploaded some pics along with the bike but somehow they don't appear. Pics size is correct and filenames are (probably) unique. So beats me why they don't show...

Edit: It worked out

To ID, need frame detail shots

Rear dropouts, seat cluster, bottom bracket.

Will get to that asap!

Will get to that asap!



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