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Old 06-21-22, 02:43 PM
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FS - New Vittoria Corsa Evo CX tubular tire pair - $65

Like the title says. In new, unused and un-glued condition. Price includes shipping in the CONUS.

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I wish they were bigger (or this was 30 years ago). Rims are a lot harder to find so I cherish the larger tires that do a better job of insulating them from pothole edges, etc. They'd look great on my freshly painted Mooney. (Also, 30 years ago, dent pullers were SOP at bike shops. I had one I made. Pre GP4 and the like, pulling out dents was no big deal. GP4 on, much better aluminum alloy but much less amenable to being bent twice.)
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I wish they were bigger (or this was 30 years ago). Rims are a lot harder to find so I cherish the larger tires that do a better job of insulating them from pothole edges, etc. They'd look great on my freshly painted Mooney. (Also, 30 years ago, dent pullers were SOP at bike shops. I had one I made. Pre GP4 and the like, pulling out dents was no big deal. GP4 on, much better aluminum alloy but much less amenable to being bent twice.)
If you're in need of vintage tubular or clincher rims, check out my listings here:
https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...-nos-used.html
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