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Old 07-29-08, 01:23 AM
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Identifying some campy stuff.

Hey there, picked up a nice Paconi road bike from a cash converters (for a very good price) over the weekend and am trying to identify the Campy components. Is anyone able to help me?

















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Old 07-29-08, 01:54 AM
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love to see a full bike shot ! (nice pickup)
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It looks like Athena to me...early 90s vintage.
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Those are first generation chorus parts, from about 1988-1990. Nice stuff.
can you post a photo of the complete bike?
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Old 07-29-08, 05:15 AM
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Originally Posted by paulkal View Post
Those are first generation chorus parts, from about 1988-1990. Nice stuff.
can you post a photo of the complete bike?
I concur. Do you have a [date] stamp on the back of the crankarms? something like a 41?
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So here's the photos of the whole bike. Now looking for some help to identify the frame, as I'm confused. I know the decals don't mean much, especially since some say Paconi and the front says Kenevans... anyone got any clues?



















Bottom bracket in Cinelli, no serial number that I can find, no other markings... HELP!? Thanks.
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the K, apparently, represents the builder, Kevin Wigham. The bike is built in Victoria, Australia.

Both velospace and this forum have threads about other Paconis...
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You just saved me many questions! But surely cost me hours of picture browsing!
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