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Finally took home this 1971 Doniselli Turchino

Old 03-15-19, 07:13 AM
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Finally took home this 1971 Doniselli Turchino














So I just pick this 1971 Doniseli from the original owner, who has been repainted in the 80s. Canít wait to start on the build. Looks really pretty in person and the weird bottle boss.
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Looks like a great frame.

Do you know anything about the brand? What are your build plans for her?
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Cool head badge. I like that type of chainstay protector. And those miche hubs...
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Originally Posted by Giacomo 1
Looks like a great frame.

Do you know anything about the brand? What are your build plans for her?
im planning on building her up with campy Nuovo Record and Cinelli Stem and bar, sticking with the current wheel set up.
ill post pictures of the progress
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Old 12-26-21, 01:27 PM
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Did you find a source of information about your Doniselli? Mine was bought second-hand in 1948. I would like to find some information about it.
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Doniselli did catalog sales of parts since at least 1927. The catalogs were very comprehensive, carrying not only components, but also frame building supplies and tools. They also carried their own house-brand bicycles. I have no idea who they used as builders.
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frame constructed with Agrati "ROMA" pattern lug set ART. 000.8020/U

upper head lug N. 000.8024

lower head lug N. 000.8023

seat lug N. 000.8059

fork crown is NERVEX pattern Nr. 6

ends set Campag Sport nr. 1010/1

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serial placement and joinery of stays to dropouts are consistent with a Rizzato product

underside of shell may be marked with a 21 in two places, indicating the nominal frame size as measured in inches


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