My boss seems to have quite a history with track bikes and racing. She says her father built racing bikes in Los Angeles in the 1960s and started her in the velodrome from age 4. She also says the bikes he made were some of the first titanium track frames. Having inherited much of his belongings, here is where the story gets interesting.
Among his possessions were several (I think she said 20-30) of these old bikes, fully equipped with campagnolo gear and some other italian company i forget the name of. This stable is apparently in storage somewhere, just waiting to be unleashed into the world.
What I'm asking is, does this all add up? That is, early/first titanium frames, 1960s, etc. Also, how do you all think these bikes would have held up in storage over the years. I imagine titanium wouldn't run into too many aging problems, but who knows.
I am trying to get more information out of her, and I'm sure she would be looking to sell most of these bikes.