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Old 11-13-10, 02:09 AM   #1
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What do you all make of this? DiNucci Allez?

I ran across this on CL. Any clues as to what it is?

7 speed allez pro bike. Beautiful luged frame which was designed by DiNucci a frame builder with 20 years of experience. He took eight months to design new cast lugs and tubesets. I have the proof of this. The bike has: campagnolo hubs, mavic rims, cinelli stem, cinelli handle bars and san marco
saddle. Derailluers are Dura Ace rear and shimano 600 front with the best retro friction shifters made, simplex brand new. Some minor paint chips but
no frame rust. Frame is in good shape. The bike is steel lite. Brakes are 600 shimano with new pads and pedals are shimano. Year of bike is 1992.
Lite front fork with the direct drive system and new michelin tires. Old school bike with quality parts. $495.00 OBO or best offer




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Old 11-13-10, 10:19 AM   #2
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Not a dinucci build, but I believe he designed it. That's a standard (National made?) steel Allez from the early 90's. Still, a fantastic riding bike. The component mix is really iffy, not sure if it's worth the asking price without classic 600 or Dura Ace, but I'd easily pay $300 for it.
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Old 11-13-10, 11:28 AM   #3
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One of the last steel Allez models, designed by Mark Di Nucci, who was himself a fine builder. They were quite light - light enough that some apparently broke.
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Oh. That doesn't sound good. I'm looking for a bike to ride, ride, ride! Guess I'll keep looking.
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