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Old 08-26-21, 11:38 AM
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Colnago Master Pro circa 87! 56cm Pink

**SOLD** Colnago Master Team/Pro from circa 87’ that I received as a trade from a fellow member. (Thanks Sloar!) I changed out the saddle and bar tape and rode it a few times but it is definitely a novelty for me at the moment and not my forever bike so I thought I would offer it up here. Gilco steel tubing with a number tag and race specific cable routing. The frame measures 56cm center to top on seattube and 55cm center to center on top tube. The frame is in good vintage shape with a few minor blemishes but no dents, dings or cracks. Some of the scuffs have been touched up with somewhat matching paint. By far one of the best color schemes for a vintage Italian. The pink is very vibrant and it goes well with the silver and chrome. It is definitely bright but not as audacious as some of the paint schemes from the era. It has a Conjani Weilersport sticker on the head tube, which is a bike shop in the Netherlands, so it was likely sold there at some point.
This vintage Colnago rides like a technicolor dream. If you are looking for a vintage Italian racer that will turn heads here it is. Not a garage queen so it needs to be ridden. Also a great candidate for a complete overhaul if you want a show piece.
Parts breakdown below:
Campagnolo Record Crank 172.5 mm
Record titanium rear derailleur
Record headset
Record front derailleur
Cinelli bars and stem
Veloce 9 speed shifters
Record brakes
Campagnolo Mirage hubs laced to fir pin 32h rims
Vittoria corsa 23c tires
Record seatpost
Concor profil saddle

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Man, if this were only a 60cm.
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My memory is super hazy, but I want to say I remember seeing that frame ~25yrs ago in a shop on Indy's NW side. I know it couldn't have been, but there was a short-lived place I remember having crazy Italian frames on display.
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I just need to say, that is one of the most beautiful bikes I have ever seen. GLWS
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Not a fan of pink but WOW!
Are you sure it is not day glow orange!
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I like pink 😞
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