Colnago super campagnolo

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Billythekid

Finally riding a big boys bike
Do you think the campagnolo sticker is factory?

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Jeff54

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Out of curiosity I spent hours looking for that Colnago frame. Concentrating on colors and especially any Colnago frame or Bike with the Campagnolo decal on top bar. I surely did not expect it would take much time but I thought I could beat that trick. I gave up. I think it's about an 82-84, but nothing I could find in an image search on Google has that Campagnolo decal there l. Not an expert or know as much as others, but, I've never failed a search like this before. Certainly, it's not a high-high end for the whole construction and parts, but for that decal it's incredibly hard to find.
 
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Billythekid

Finally riding a big boys bike
I was thinking 81 or newer is what I came up with thanks for trying to find one with that decal I’ve learned a ton already and got a lot more togo
 

Amanda Reckonwith

Look Ma, No Hands!
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...too bad about the corrosion, but it's a popular size. A lot of these get repainted, and if you know how to paint, it's not a lot of masking. The correct decals will cost $40-50. I did one just like that a couple of years ago. Bought just the frame, with some paint and chrome issues, like yours...painted the fork to repair the chrome. The original paint and chrome on these was not top quality anyway (IMO). Which I think is why a lot of them get repainted.

I don't really know about the Campy decal, other than a lot of the detailing was specced by the different importers who sold them here.
 

Coalfield

Look Ma, No Hands!
I'm in the camp that says for the price = you got a great deal - after the work to refurbish it is complete.

....and hopefully the fork has not rusted itself into oblivion.

I own several 70/80s Italian bikes, no Colnago, and they are bikes I really like to ride. Hope you enjoy yours.
 

Billythekid

Finally riding a big boys bike
I have been enjoying it it’s so fast I also got another racing bike any ideas what it might be ?? It’s got all campagnolo parts hubs included
( originally I got it to put parts on the colnago)

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Jeff54

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I have been enjoying it it’s so fast I also got another racing bike any ideas what it might be ?? It’s got all campagnolo parts hubs included
( originally I got it to put parts on the colnago)

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That's a pretty fancy lug design, I've seen it before but ferget. However, Bet-cha @juvela https://thecabe.com/forum/members/juvela.68776/
Ought to see this now and chime in.

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