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Old 12-29-07, 02:18 PM   #1
frank121
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Who was looking for a new Colnago steel fork?

While going through my boxes of bike parts I rediscovered this new old stock Colnago curved chromed 1" threaded steel fork I received from Colnago a few years back.

The 1" threaded steerer is 184mm long, with the top 50mm threaded.

The steerer has the Columbus dove stamped on it and there are spirals evident inside the bottom of the steerer tube.

The dropouts on the fork are engraved "Brevetto Colnago".

The Colnago clover is engraved on the top of the fork crown and there is a triangle on the side of the fork crown, both of which are filled in with black paint.

$250 professionally packed, shipped, and insured to the lower 48 United States. A few pictures available for the asking.
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