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Old 07-02-20, 09:36 AM
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Tommaso complete !

Finally finished making some changes to my Tommaso ! It now has a complete vintage Campy Super Record 12 groupset, Brooks B17, matching bag, tape and hoods. Would anyone happen to know what model it is? I can't find much info on them. Certainly not my fastest (or lightest) bike but a real kick in the pants to ride. I have not ridden a down tube shift bike since..........70-72?










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Old 07-02-20, 09:46 AM
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Nice job. I like seeing bikes brought back to full glory.
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Old 07-02-20, 11:28 AM
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Is that new or original paint? Very beautiful.

Center those tire labels over the valve stems for a pro look.
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Old 07-02-20, 11:30 AM
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I bought it from the second owner who said it’s original
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Old 07-02-20, 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post

Center those tire labels over the valve stems for a pro look.
Pro look is tubulars that don't offer you an option for label centering.
That stem is epic though.
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Old 07-02-20, 12:11 PM
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Pro look is tubulars.
I didn't mean "pro racer."
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Tutta bella!
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Oh man, I love that bike!! Nice job indeed
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Very beutiful bike! Good job!
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Old 07-03-20, 03:27 AM
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Very nicely done !
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Very well done! Tom Eason would be proud.
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Nice job with the detailing....paint looks fantastic!
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Looks great. But if I have to nitpick, I don't love the look of a silver stem on black bars. Really beautiful though...
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Fabulous job! What happened to the riginal brake block holders?
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
Fabulous job! What happened to the riginal brake block holders?
Have to admit I don’t know what those are? All I changed from the time I bought it was the seat, tape, hoods and brake levers as they were Shimano.
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Have to admit I don’t know what those are? All I changed from the time I bought it was the seat, tape, hoods and brake levers as they were Shimano.
Perhaps someone else removed them. Normally you would Just remove the old worn brake pads or blocks and slide new ones into the holders.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
Perhaps someone else removed them. Normally you would Just remove the old worn brake pads or blocks and slide new ones into the holders.
ahhh...... now I need to find a set
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