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MechNYC
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by MechNYC

Just got word that these guys are unloading a bunch of old inverty thats been sitting for over 40 years. Bunch of vintage campy, shimano, colnago, etc NOS. I was blown away frmthe images they posted! If your in NYC for the weekend you should not miss this! Thought Id spread the word!

https://www.facebook.com/events/254572265183122/


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by Bigger Gear

RA seems to always have a lot of older stuff on their site. But this looks incredible! The Mektronic RD would be virtually unusable but still an amazing piece of engineering for its time.

AJS914
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by AJS914

Where are these pics posted?

Also, what does the C inside the start on the Record group signify? Colnago?

spud
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by spud

Colnago historically denoted by the Cloverleaf. Possibly an old Ciocc crank?

AJS914
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by AJS914

I thought of Ciocc. Usually you see a star symbol with Guerciotti but I had never seen a C inside a star.

Maybe it is just designating the group as "C Record"?

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by micky

Definitely for Ciocc frame, althouygh usually yes the star is part of the logo of Guerciotti.
I honestly have never seen that huge "work" on the crankset, I think it was made recently, talking for example of the big star and the big "campagnolo" which would never be used in that era.

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by DEADRE

MechNYC wrote:
Wed Nov 07, 2018 6:06 pm
Just got word that these guys are unloading a bunch of old inverty thats been sitting for over 40 years. Bunch of vintage campy, shimano, colnago, etc NOS. I was blown away frmthe images they posted! If your in NYC for the weekend you should not miss this! Thought Id spread the word!
Did you attend this?
If yes, anything interesting and how was the pricing?

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