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Old 05-27-14, 12:45 PM   #1
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Please help me identify this track frame

Hello,

I purchased this track frame from a person in the Rochester, NY area. He bought the bike in the 80's and doesn't remember much about it. He included a nearly complete Campagnolo record pista grouppo. I want to see if I can identify the builder. If anyone here has any ideas, they would be greatly appreciated.

The fork and track ends are Campagnolo. The lugs that I can see are all chromed. Who knows what's happening under the rest of the paint...

tt=59cm c-c
st= 59cm c-c, 61 c-t

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Many thanks for any help!
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Old 05-27-14, 05:47 PM   #2
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Looks Italian. What's the BB thread?
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Looks Italian. What's the BB thread?
Yes, I forgot to mention this. The threading is Italian. Does that answer your question?
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drop outs and seat post clamp seem to have a name engraved. Maybe that would be a good clue
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i think it says "campagnolo"

whatever that is
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i think it says "campagnolo"

whatever that is
It's junk.
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ask these dudes: http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/

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Give it to me.
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Yes, I forgot to mention this. The threading is Italian. Does that answer your question?
Ok. Is there a serial number? If so, what is it and where is it stamped?

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the real question is: how much did you pay for that?
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the real question is: how much did you pay for that?
It's Italian, therefore that is irrelevant.
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It's Italian, therefore that is irrelevant.
The correct answer is : it's Italian so too much
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