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    NOS Legnano

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    I think an 80s city bike, from after Bianchi resurrected the name.

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    Wow! I never thought that there could be TOO MANY pictures, but I was wrong. At least you know that every square millimeter of that bike is NOS. Very shiny.
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    It may be gaspipe and lesser grade Campy but it looks pretty darn cool none the less.

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    IIRC, he sold a few of these last year. I think he was asking about $350-$375 back then. Very cool NOS but I am pretty certain it is staight gauge pipe.

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    I tried to research the Falck "Tubi Trafilati" but didn't find much. Interesting obscure reference: In 1944, the Germans were exporting quantities of Tubi Trafilati from the Falck Steel factories in Italy. Didn't say what they were using it for though. (bicycles?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdr View Post
    Wow! I never thought that there could be TOO MANY pictures, but I was wrong. At least you know that every square millimeter of that bike is NOS. Very shiny.
    If you wanna have some fun with the guy, ask for additional pics of areas he missed. The underside of the BB for example.

    Seriously though, even if it is gas-pipe that is one cool looking sled.
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    I first see Nuovo Gran Sport in Campagnolo catalog 18 from 1984 so it should not be older than that. Mid eighties seem reasonable. Nice but I don't know that I would pay $500 plus shipping from Poland for it.
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