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Roubaix with tires that are more suited to the cobbles. I wanted the extra clearance to slap a pair of full fenders for the winter under there, but no go on mine.
I initially thought that it was AD10 from around 1998-99 but it doesn't have the distinctive blue fades behind the head tube and on the seat tube above the bottom bracket. Of course at that time all Colnago C40s were hand painted and there were sometimes notable differences in spray jobs even within the same colour scheme. I'm still leaning towards AD10 but would be interested in hearing some views from a few of our in-house Colnago experts. Cheers.
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