Colnago super frame dating
Exactly the same as the current model AL-P Frame, and the frame is a Large (see geometry in photos). It will be sold with Mavic Aksium race Price dropped final price absolute bargain... *All reasonable offers will be considered* Pinarello/Bianchi/Colnago/Specialized/Cannondale/Wilier/De Rosa/Cinelli/Giant/Campagnolo/Fo Genuine Italian Steel, Circa 1990's, One family owner since new. This beautiful bike is in good condition, as I am moving interstate it is not fair to lock it away in storage, she needs to be ridden!Mechanically Serviced, washed and in ridabe condition all the gears and brakes work however it has some loose spokes on the rear wheel causing a light buckle easy fix with the skill and know how.... A superb combination of light weight, strength, comfort, stability, stiffness and classy looks! You will not find another bike in this condition at this price.However, a useful help to dating can be found in the timeline at: another of his valuable timelines.Hi Munga, I wonder if the Colnago you have shown with the Tange tubing was from around 1990 and the tubing was based on Tange Prestige? Looks like your baby blue Colnago Sprint has been, and probably continues to be a favourite ride Lots of Steel Bikes.In 1952, when aged only 20, Ernesto Colnago handed in his notice at the Gloria bike factory to set up on his own in Cambiago, his small hometown to the north-east of Milan.The premises measured no more than 25sqm and Colnago was indebted to his father for cutting down the family mulberry tree to provide wood for his workbench.
Invoice to be made available to potential buyer (about 700$ of works).
Frame:1980's Colnago Super Pista (52cm) Columbus tubing.
Fork/Headset: Colnago Precisa/Campagnolo Crankset/Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Record Pista (165mm) Campagnolo Record Pedals: Campagnolo Nuovo Record Pista/Campagnolo clips/REG straps Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain: Campagnolo 44T/16T/Miche Pista Derailleurs/Shifters: N/AHandlebars/Stem:3TTT Grand Prix (37cm) Cinelli 1A (100mm)Saddle/Seatpost: Selle Italia SLR Flow/Campagnolo Aero (27.2mm)Brakes: N/AFront Wheel/Hub/Tire: Mavic CXP30 clinchers/Campagnolo Record High Flange Pista/Vredestein Fortezza Tri Comp Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire: Mavic CXP30 clinchers/Campagnolo Record High Flange Pista/Vredestein Fortezza Tri Comp Accessories: Leather Bar Tape More Info: Still probably going to fit a brake (Paul Components) and will probably pair up with a Record front caliper.
However, it seems like if one were to crack a lugged frame, it might be possible to take it apart and replace only the tube that has cracked.
Is this possible and if so what does the overall process look like?