So my brother-in-law tells me he picked up a bike to make a single speed out of. Cool. Asked me to come over and help out. I get there just as he is about to take a hacksaw to the cable guides on the top tube. I tell him to put the saw down, and that there are far better/safer/humane means to remove them. I start giving the bike a once over, and immediately discount the frame as a conversion based on the vertical dropouts. Then notice they are Campy to boot. At this point the frame was under 3 coats of brushed on paint, registration stickers, and cheap vinyl lettering on the down tube spelling Mondia.
Long story long, I purchased the bike from him and helped him get into a proper conversion. Then I started doing some research trying to figure out what it was. I am fairly certain it is not a Mondia, but not crap either. The base paint was gone, so I had it soda blasted. I've never had plans to keep it as it's too big, but I would like to be able to pass it on knowing what it is. Here is what I know, and other help would be great!
Fork ends and drops are Campy.
Bottom bracket threading is english.
Headtube lugs have "B M" stamped in them.
It is also deceptively light.
54.5 seat tube c-c 56 top tube c-c