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Old 12-29-21, 03:07 PM
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C.O.N.I. Libro

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does anyone know if this volume is available online for download?

would prefer a format where individual pages can be downloaded rather than the full tome as a pdf

if more than one edition available would prefer first

not inquiring for purchase of physical title

thank you for any information

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I remember a bike shop in Colorado scanned it and put it online, but the exact bookmark must be on my work computer...
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I paid $8.50 plus tax for mine.
ok, was 1973.
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FOUND IT! Thank goodness for the Internet Archive/Wayback Machine.

https://web.archive.org/web/20150905...N.I.Manual.pdf
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Very Good, dated but still useful as to how Cino thought.
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Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
FOUND IT! Thank goodness for the Internet Archive/Wayback Machine.

https://web.archive.org/web/20150905...N.I.Manual.pdf

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There is also a 1968 edition of the CONI manual.
Don't know if someone has produced the pdf, though.
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Okay, I understand what the way back machine is supposed to do, but when I try to look at this, all I get is the cover page. Is the whole book there ? I had a hard copy but I made the mistake of loaning it to my brother and it never came back.
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It’s a really big file so it’ll take awhile to load. I also saved a copy to my DropBox:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ucxshxluw...anual.pdf?dl=0
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Originally Posted by 100bikes View Post
There is also a 1968 edition of the CONI manual.
Don't know if someone has produced the pdf, though.
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yes, thanks very much for this reminder post

this is the edition i would like to find...


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Thanks. Iíll pull it from drop box. Wayback is a really cool idea but the page layout alone made me think that we were about to start 2002 not 2022. And, yeah, I wasnít patient enough to let it download. I thought the link was broken.
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