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That particular race win was very important for Italian cycling because it was the first San Remo race won by an Italian in many years, hence the 'flowering' part in the 'flower' race." Okay, so that would explain the "playing card" club logo decals used later in 1970, but what about Colnagos built before that date with the same club shape cut in the lugs?

There are 18 registered trademarks on this website. Our aim is to make millionaire networking with a Supercar Touch more efficient for those that enjoy the millionaire supercar lifestyle (eg.A new initiative for the business plans on expanding the business rapidly in the next months by mobile location based services to U. Are there any wishful new members to be on our website?This Colnago dating guide was assembled from archives of the Classic Rendezvous email list. ) Playing card decal graphics Fork crown (sand cast) with two holes in each side Fork tangs wide, no cutouts Club cutouts in all three lugs Bottom bracket shell with drilled holes in circular pattern (eight in circle plus one in center) Wreath seat tube decal with two Worlds bands Fork crown with clubs on top but no holes in each side Fork tangs with club cutouts (or rarely two hole tangs or no tangs) Club cutout in lower head lug only From Chuck Schmidt's NOTE: Dates are plus or minus one year; changes in frame details might have occurred the end of one year or the beginning of the next for example or may have been offered as an option before becoming standard.Mostly, the text was taken from Chuck Schmidt's Colnago Frame Dating message to the CR list from 14-Oct-2007 This page, or something like it should be on the Classic Rendezvous Colnago page. Paint schemes, panels, decals and chrome varied according to how importers spec'd their frames, so this all varied considerably and there are lots of anomalies.But since it isn't, I'm putting it here for my own use. Dates and details based on the Classic Rendezvous archives, the Wool Jersey Gallery, and Colnago and Bikcology catalogs. (by Chuch and me) Chuck Schmidt wrote: To the subject of clubs on decals and clubs cut into lugs...

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