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Old 02-19-24, 03:08 PM
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A few of the things I saw.



Late 40s Frejus


1931 and 1938 Gerbi. The 38 sold.


Beltramo


A small builder, Giuntelli. Never heard of them before.


Lovely sign



Even better sign. About a meter tall.



1976 SR. I also saw a 1973 and 1978.

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A couple restore 1950s SCs.




1960s Galmozzi



Colnago Freccia


Unknown but I liked the Nervex lugs.


Learco Guerra kids and Sports bikes, still in wrapper
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The only bike I considered buying, and was really close to it. The crank/pedals/stem/bars/levers were worth the price of admission, but it is really a well-made frame. An early/mid-50s Dora (the explora) out of Torino. Never heard of them before, but oh so cool.





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wonderful piece

do not have a name/number for this combination of Agrati feature & nozzle cut

the nozzle cut is also employed on Agrati patterns "ROMA" & "SPORT"


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Lots of bikes show up. The depth of Italian industrial history is interesting.
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Originally Posted by iab
A few of the things I saw.



1976 SR. I also saw a 1973 and 1978.

My greedy mitts would've found this coming home.

No doubt an educational time and fun finding treasures. Thanks for posting!
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Oh, man, that looks like a fun time. I'm coming with you there someday!
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Oh, man, that looks like a fun time. I'm coming with you there someday!
If you don't count the money I blew on bike crap, cheaper than a trip to Florida. With better food, coffee and scenery. And don't forget the bike crap.
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Ok, so what DID you purchase?
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The Wolsit, Legnano and SR are for a friend.



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Pretty darn early Gran Sport. Wheels look pretty worn down but the rest of it looks all there.
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Are the prices similar to here ?
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Originally Posted by repechage
Pretty darn early Gran Sport. Wheels look pretty worn down but the rest of it looks all there.
1B. And really, it is a mess. I'll chronicle in another thread.
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Originally Posted by Kabuki12
Are the prices similar to here ?
Depends. Some things cheaper, some things the same, others are more. What do you have in mind?
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I was just curious. Here , it seems , bikes are down in value while parts , like that 1st gen SR derailleur , are stable if not up. I was just curious if it is that way there as well. Thank you , Joe
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Originally Posted by Kabuki12
I was just curious. Here , it seems , bikes are down in value while parts , like that 1st gen SR derailleur , are stable if not up. I was just curious if it is that way there as well. Thank you , Joe
I'd say overall like here, everything is down. I think the difference in culture, the easy example is all things Coppi in Italy, Paramounts in the US, will do better in their markets. The Italians definitely favor Italian stuff, A collector there can appreciate quality from outside Italy, but in general, they just don't buy it.

Also, you can walk up to a vendor with 30-40 NR rear and front derailleurs. Then there are a half dozen vendors like that. So a high supply will drive down price compared to here. But an Ambrosio stem there is more coveted there due to the Bianchi connection. It sells higher than the US.
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That looked fabulous!

Where in Italy was that, and is it a once a year thing, or more often?
It looks like an amazing venue for a swap meet.

Thank you, for the report!
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Originally Posted by Cyclingday
That looked fabulous!

Where in Italy was that, and is it a once a year thing, or more often?
It looks like an amazing venue for a swap meet.

Thank you, for the report!
Milano. February and November, but everyone agrees the February event is best. More vendors, more buyers. Imola has one that goes around the entire length of the track, 5km, in September. Better than Novegro November, not as good as Novegro February.
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Good to know,
Thanks!
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