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Old 12-20-00, 07:13 AM   #1
Catalin Nastasescu
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Dear Sirs,

Please help me identify this frame. I bought this bike second hand in fair good conditions. I realize that the frame is its asset. Any ideeas, comments are welcomed.
I intend to change the components- if possible with Campagnolo Chorus.

Thanks in advance,

Catalin

Description:

Antonello Campagnolo

Frame:
Antonello Campagnolo – Citadella Padova/ Italy. Can’t identify the manufacturer.
ORIA ML 25 Cromo-Molibdeno prodoto base Mannesmann
fork is Antonello and is full chromed
Campagnolo decals on the top tube (on both sides)
Mannesmann decal on the seat tube (ORIA ML 25)
Antonello original bicycle decal on the down tube
Antonello decals on the seat tube, down tube, opposite sprokets side on the chainstay. Painted A over C on the head tube.
Engraved A over C on the fork crown (both sides), on the seat tube (near the seat bolt, on both sides and front) and on the mounting bridge of the rear brake (between the seatstays). Engraved “Antonello” on the bottom bracket shell.

Geometry:
Size: 59 cm
Top tube: 59 cm
Head angle: ?
Seat angle: ?
Chainstay length: 39.5-40 cm (is this appropriate for triple chainring?)
Bottom bracket height: 27 cm
Wheel base: 99 cm
Front center: 60.5 cm
Fork rate: 3.5 cm
Stand over: 85.3 cm
Head tube: 15.8 cm

- double water bottle bosses (on the seat and down tubes)
- one shifter cable stop along the chainstay- for the rear derailleur. Otherwise rear brake cable goes through the top tube, whereas the derailleurs cables are guided under the bottom bracket shell.
- the chainstays are radial, and non-curved; full chromed
- rounded seatstays
- brazed-on front derailleur mount
- bottom bracket is 68-69 mm wide
- 127 mm rear dropouts

Components:
Regina Syncro S 1992 Made in Italy freewheel
Miche cassette of 7 sprokets: 14-15-17-19-23-25-28
Crankset Miche 43/53 combo without offset on teeths, 5 chainring bolts; chainring crank is 148 mm bolt circle diameter with an arm length of 170 mm
both hubs are Miche Made in Italy for 36 spokes wheel.
Spokes have a mark 8 on the end of the hub install and are 2 mm width throughout the length with a length of 306 (or max 310 mm).
both wheels are done with an over 3 spoking.
Rims are Ambrosio Gentleman for clincher; there is a sticker on with ETRTO 622-14 DIN Made in Italy. They are 2 cm width.
Clinchers are Wolber 20-622 (700x20c) Made in France
Saddle is Selle Italia Criterium; seat tube is TTT
Headset is Miche
Handlebar is Belleri- aerobars; the stem is TTT
Brakes are Miche Primato
Rear derailleur is Shimano 500 Exage
Front derailleur is Suntour (can’t identify the model)
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