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Old November 18th 03, 01:07 AM
frank121
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Default FS: Colnago Master Light frame, fork, DA hs, Colnago stem

I transposed the measurements of this frame with another...this listing
reflects the accurate size and lower price.

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This is the definition of rideable art! This is a Colnago Master Light in
the Team Lampre colors (main tubes pearl white with the blue fade at the
corners and the typical Colnago airbrushed effects. The straight blade fork,
rear stays and head tube lugs are brilliant chrome...this bike is stunning

This Colnago measures 56cm from the center of the bottom bracket to the top
of the top tube, or 54cm from the center of the bottom bracket to the center
of the top tube, with a 55cm top tube. The rear spacing is 130mm.

This Colnago is constructed of Columbus Gilco tubing, which is an externally
channeled tubing drawn for Colnago by Columbus. It has been treated with
FrameSaver and is in very nice condition.

There are two sets of water bottle bosses, internal rear brake cable routing
through the top tube, down tube shifter bosses, and takes a braze on front
derailleur.

Overall, this frame and fork are gorgeous. It is a used bike, and there are
some paint chips and touch-ups. The main and larger ones are between the
rear chainstays where a tire rubbed after a spoke broke, on the right
chainstay and bottom bracket shell from a dropped chain (not noticeable when
built up), and a touched up area above the right downtube shifter boss where
the brake made contact when the bike was being serviced. There are a couple
of other small chips on the top tube and seat tube from just being a used
and ridden, albeit well-maintained and cared for, bike.

Includes a Shimano Dura Ace headset and Colnago ITM Goccia stem.

Pictures available on request.

$675 shipped, which includes professional packing (all tubes covered with
pipe insulation, dropout protection, bike box) and insured UPS Ground
shipping within the
lower 48 states.


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Old November 18th 03, 03:18 AM
Tom Kunich
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Default Colnago Master Light frame, fork, DA hs, Colnago stem

Frank, I'm interested in this frame. Can you tell me more about it?
Tom

"frank121" wrote in message
news:udeub.8265$n23.7542@okepread02...
I transposed the measurements of this frame with another...this

listing
reflects the accurate size and lower price.

======================

This is the definition of rideable art! This is a Colnago Master

Light in
the Team Lampre colors (main tubes pearl white with the blue fade at

the
corners and the typical Colnago airbrushed effects. The straight

blade fork,
rear stays and head tube lugs are brilliant chrome...this bike is

stunning

This Colnago measures 56cm from the center of the bottom bracket to

the top
of the top tube, or 54cm from the center of the bottom bracket to

the center
of the top tube, with a 55cm top tube. The rear spacing is 130mm.

This Colnago is constructed of Columbus Gilco tubing, which is an

externally
channeled tubing drawn for Colnago by Columbus. It has been treated

with
FrameSaver and is in very nice condition.

There are two sets of water bottle bosses, internal rear brake cable

routing
through the top tube, down tube shifter bosses, and takes a braze on

front
derailleur.

Overall, this frame and fork are gorgeous. It is a used bike, and

there are
some paint chips and touch-ups. The main and larger ones are between

the
rear chainstays where a tire rubbed after a spoke broke, on the

right
chainstay and bottom bracket shell from a dropped chain (not

noticeable when
built up), and a touched up area above the right downtube shifter

boss where
the brake made contact when the bike was being serviced. There are a

couple
of other small chips on the top tube and seat tube from just being a

used
and ridden, albeit well-maintained and cared for, bike.

Includes a Shimano Dura Ace headset and Colnago ITM Goccia stem.

Pictures available on request.

$675 shipped, which includes professional packing (all tubes covered

with
pipe insulation, dropout protection, bike box) and insured UPS

Ground
shipping within the
lower 48 states.




 




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