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Old 09-24-06, 05:22 PM
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80's Pogliaghi?

















What I know:

Rear dropout spacing: ~126mm
Front derailleur braze-on
Columbus SL sticker
P headbadge decal

Serial #9142 stamped on BB shell, not seat tube lug like the few other Pogs Ive seen.

56 CF stamped on the other side of the BB shell, the significance of CF is something Id like to find out.

If this were one of the original, sequentially numbered Pogliaghis (and Im pretty sure that its not), it would have to have been produced in the late sixties or early seventies. This bike looks nothing like the other Pogs from that era, the decals alone say 80s. The stamps on the seatstays at the seatlug are different from all the other Pogs Ive seen as well.

Anyhoo, a quick internet search tells me that the brand was sold to Rossin, and later to Basso. My guess is that this frame is one of these, but unfortunately I cant find anything about frames of this vintage on the web.

If anybody has any info on the post-Pog Pogs, itd be much appreciated!
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Old 09-24-06, 05:35 PM
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This looks like the graphics I saw on later Pogs sold as framesets by (among others) Performance Bike shops. The clerk in my local Performance told me that they were made by Rossin (this was around 1986-ish) so I think you are correct about that, if he was. Not a "real" Pogliaghi, maybe, but a Rossin or Basso built one is not bad, IMHO.
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Old 09-24-06, 05:40 PM
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
Not a "real" Pogliaghi, maybe, but a Rossin or Basso built one is not bad, IMHO.
Agreed, regardless of pedigree it's certainly the nicest steel frame I've owned to date. Thanks for replying.
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Old 09-25-06, 09:27 AM
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actually Sante is reported to have had a hand in design of the Rossin built
Pogliaghis. that said he didn't braze them but still built to his specs.
Nice bike.

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Old 09-26-06, 06:06 AM
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I believe this to be a Basso built frame - still very nice.

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Yes, still very nice. I covet, I do.
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Don't call it a 'Pog'. That's what we call really ugly women in Australia. Cross between a pig and a dog. Come to think of it, don't call pogs 'pog'. It's not very nice.
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ok, I edited my post, no more Pogs it's Pogliaghi from now on. . .
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Haha, thanks guys. And far be it from me to degrade homely Australian women or my frame by comparing them to each other. Pogliaghi it is!
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So i was trying to find info on my 80's Pogliaghi and came across this post. I thought it was strange how similar your Pog looked to mine until i realized, its the same frameset! Not quite sure how it happened but I own it now lol.Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet
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One of the oldest zombie threads I've ever seen. 10+ years old. And how cool is it that the frame is now owned by another Forum member?

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They must be pretty uncommon find for it to come up here again. Don't know much about them but it looks great. If it's complete let's see it!
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I actually have the same bike but with serial #9143.

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