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Old 07-19-14, 09:16 AM   #1
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Show us your Cinelli! Lots of pics! :)

I've look through BF for a specific thread for Cinelli's only, and found Cinelli's sprinkled throughout the forum. So I'll start with my 94 or 95 Cinelli Super Corsa. The first picture is the original condition when bought 5 years ago on CL.

The previous owner said in the ad the parts are worth more then the price of the whole bike!
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Early 60s and '77.
















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Omg, why did I look at this thread? I was just getting my head around selling my early '60's SC and now....maybe not...
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I wish I had a Cinelli to share. I thank you for starting this thread!
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Beautiful!!

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'72 sc

Cranks (triple), RD, brake levers and pedals are all heavily drilled.

@Pogliaghi, beautiful blue SC. Surprised to see the 531 tubing sticker as I was expecting Columbus.


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I wish I could take better pictures.

My 1957 Super Corsa:


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More here https://www.flickr.com/photos/992125...7642130757994/

1971 Super Corsa with an 80's repaint





Early 50's Super Corsa still as found. It's taking a very long time to get this one back together.






More here https://www.flickr.com/photos/992125...7639252167614/
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Damn...

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Early 50's Super Corsa still as found. It's taking a very long time to get this one back together.



More here https://www.flickr.com/photos/992125...7639252167614/
Really like the 50s one. Great color. What size, C-T? Stem?
So you replaced the bar end shifters. Was it this one that had very poor wrapping when it was sent to you?
Plans for it?
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That is a beauty. I love the Brugelmann Cinellis - lovely drillium! Yes some Cinelli frames were built with 531 - seems to be earlier models only though.

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@Pogliaghi, beautiful blue SC. Surprised to see the 531 tubing sticker as I was expecting Columbus.


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Love the VIP kit! A blue pump and you get full points.
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I think I win nastiest Cinelli with this badly neglected Speciale Corsa. I picked it up this past winter and have had some luck with getting the rust off of the chrome but I think it is never going to look like the Cinellis in this thread without a lot of money dumped into it.

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I think I win nastiest Cinelli with this badly neglected Speciale Corsa. I picked it up this past winter and have had some luck with getting the rust off of the chrome but I think it is never going to look like the Cinellis in this thread without a lot of money dumped into it.

I like it. Size?
Just needs some tidying up. And new "consumable" parts.
Very low placement of the pump clamp.
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yeah, I like it too and I think it will be a fun bike with some fenders and wide tires, kind of a run-about bike. I also have a NOS 1985 Cinelli Supercorsa but I don't know when/if I will ever get around to building it up, I'd guess it is pretty valuable and it might make more sense for me to just buy a complete used SC and sell the NOS frameset on eBay.



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yeah, I like it too and I think it will be a fun bike with some fenders and wide tires, kind of a run-about bike. I also have a NOS 1985 Cinelli Supercorsa but I don't know when/if I will ever get around to building it up, I'd guess it is pretty valuable and it might make more sense for me to just buy a complete used SC and sell the NOS frameset on eBay.
Cool. I prefer the old SC. A large vintage SC is much more difficult to get than a NOS 80s.
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Jet, I'm fairly certain that is not a 1985 model. Possibly an '83.
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Here are the old show me your Cinelli threads:
Let's see those Cinelli's
Show me your Gios-Show me your Cinelli and tell us about your bikes!
Cinelli Supercorsa (What's the dilly?)

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Just amazing, every bike in this thread has a bent fork!

Now I have to go change my shorts...
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there some amazing machines here. I shouldn't have looked at this thread....lol. Just when I think I'm done buying bikes......
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Here is a teaser of my bastardized "Cinelli" that many of you will probably scoff at.

But it rides just as nice and I think looks better so I will ride away smiling into the sunset

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