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Galetti GP 95 Squadra Corse (1995) WICKED AWSOME PAINT JOB

Old 04-30-16, 10:20 AM
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Galetti GP 95 Squadra Corse (1995) WICKED AWSOME PAINT JOB

Hi,

Guys, I need to show my new ride. ...Drives and looks like new.

Does anyone know anything about Galetti's? There is hardly any info on internet.








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Old 04-30-16, 11:26 AM
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Here is another one:


Sorry, somehow couldn't edit previous post.

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Old 04-30-16, 11:53 AM
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Be happy for the dearth of Internet information. That's the only reason you were able to get the bike for so little money. But anyone who actually knows bikes can see that's a quality bike. A genuinely gorgeous frame and good quality components.
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Old 04-30-16, 12:07 PM
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also don't have any info on the brand but agree this is a nice Dedacciai "zero tre" tubing frame and that paint MAY have been applied by Carlo Desseno (maybe). Zero Tre is not the lightest chrome-moly heat-treated tubing that Deda made but it's very good stuff and this will be a great '90s ride, I'm sure! Enjoy your bargain!
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Beautiful !

This is just the type of bike i love ! Nice fillet brazing, Looks like the satin finish Veloce groupset of the time, great colorway , plus a distinctive name that you won't find very often

Bravo !!
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