A while ago, I stumbled on a bike, sold by a 88yr old man, who felt like buying a new one It is all Campagnolo, every single part of it (exempt for the wheels, the bike had tubes and his LBS changed them into tyres, they had to change the rims and stole his hubs, added S quick releases)
Anyway, the amount of campagnolo parts is impressive.. Seat post, breaks, levers, break hoods(not visual on pics), breaks, dropouts, seat post clam, headset (http://www.os2.dhs.org/~john/campy-steer-tube.jpg), even the screws of the bottle cage are marked with 'Brev Campagnolo Italy'...
Stickers: Reynolds Tubes 531, Campagnolo (in some kind of sun), and 'Emaillage Mv'.. No other sign of a brand, no serial number...
As someone in the 'Campy frames' thread points out, Campy had some Trade Show models, that had all their parts and no brand, and they were silver... (http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...mpagnolo-frame)
I didn't want to sell this one, so I tuned it a bit for my girlfriend, I still have all the original pieces, and I can easily convert it back to original state.. (will post pictures of original bike later if some would like to see them...)
Anyone knows more about this bike? Could it be a Trade Show bike from campy (its Silver)? What could be a good price for it?
I uploaded some hd pics so you guys can zoom