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Old 04-14-11, 08:39 PM   #1
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Maserati Frame

Here's the only real info I could find, but still unsure of which model it actually is:

http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/maserati/

















Note: I wasn't the one that converted it and will be trying to set it up either very close to original or ....?

Anyways, I would love to know an approximate value / any information, thoughts, etc. that anyone can give me.

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Anyone have any info?
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Anyone have any info?
A contract made bike, there was a tie in to Maserati but not much more than the name, later they marketed a titanium frame, also contract built.
Road & Track magazine did a road test of one long ago, it might have been one of the April issues, like 1971 to 1973 it contained informative items such as showing how the Campagnolo front brake was strong but lacked modulation as the bike and road tester was shown doing a nose wheelie.
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A contract made bike, there was a tie in to Maserati but not much more than the name, later they marketed a titanium frame, also contract built.
Road & Track magazine did a road test of one long ago, it might have been one of the April issues, like 1971 to 1973 it contained informative items such as showing how the Campagnolo front brake was strong but lacked modulation as the bike and road tester was shown doing a nose wheelie.

Okay cool, I'll look up that review and see if I can find it.

Any clue as to how much it would go for?
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do you have a bb number. I raced a MT 2 for years and loved it!
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A little hard to make out, but I'm relatively certain it's "O5BR".
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can't seem to locate the review either.
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can't seem to locate the review either.
If you are going to look up old old R&T articles, better reading can be found in the stories by Stan Mott. Especially the adventures of Automobili Cyclops.

http://sbiii.com/cyclops/cyclops.html
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