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Old 07-25-11, 08:26 AM   #1
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Colnago Master-new addition to the stable

Just picked up this one. Had to drive a bit. The chorus group isnt correct for a master-too new-but it works great. Still need to clean it up a bit but i put my favorite type of saddle and my look pedals on it and am looking foward to taking it out. I didnt have a Colnago and have been looking for one.
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Old 07-25-11, 08:33 AM   #2
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Very nice, those hellenic Colnagos are very rare, I think they were only produced for one or two years. I believe they even made a titanium model.
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It's a Master "Equilateral", from around '83-'85, I think. Very cool, and one of my favorite Colnagos from the '80s. Very nice.
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Thanks much...but.....equilateral? Would that be a Master Equilateral? or just an Equilateral model? I'll have to see what comes up on google under that name. Should be interesting to see if i can get more info. on that.
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Ahh! ok, thank you "the other guy". Didnt know it was called that. I thought it was called a master triple triangle or something. Thats why i couldnt find much about it on google.
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