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Cinelli Supercorsa complete? Year and value?

Old 09-12-22, 06:19 PM
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Cinelli Supercorsa complete? Year and value?

Just got this from a fiend. Not sure what I've got here. Any information greatly appreciated.

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Old 09-12-22, 08:19 PM
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Problem with fiends is they’ll flip something your way and not tell you that the component group is totally mismatched.
Darn fiends!
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I’m no expert but I don’t think that’s a Cinelli bike. Do you have a better pic of the seat lug? Are the dropouts branded? What is the bottom bracket threading? Are there any markings on the crank or chainrings?
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Seat cluster kinda looks like Bruce Gordon -- maybe Chinook? Just a guess...
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...I, too, suspect that bicycle is something other than a Cinelli.
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The seat cluster says "not a Cinelli frame" and the fork crown says "not a Cinelli fork." Nice looking frame and fork, probably a good rider, but not a Cinelli.
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Old 09-14-22, 09:37 AM
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Looks like it could be a very nice frame but, as others have said, definitely not a Cinelli.
It might have a Cinelli bottom bracket shell but those were available to anyone who wanted to buy them.
More detailed photos of the seat cluster, fork crown, brake bridge, fork ends, and dropouts might enable us to identify the builder.
Looks like it's a bit large for whoever set the saddle at that height.
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Thinking a DeRosa Diamonte.

Components fit. Any ckyes.
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DeRosa never used the fastback seat stays to my knowledge. More likely North American made or British.

Give us some better photos of the frame details, not the components, and maybe we can help you identify it. We would like to see detail shots of dropouts, fork ends, brake bridge, fork crown, seat cluster, serial number, and bottom bracket shell.

Also tell us seatpost diameter and bottom bracket threading. (may be marked on the bottom bracket cups)
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