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Old 08-26-12, 03:07 PM   #1
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Please complete the sentence! This is a San Marco.....

Hi friends, I sold the bike on the pics recently, but now I regret selling the saddle! It was a favorite of mine! I have contacted the new owner of the bike to see if he would like to sell it back to me, but he will not respond! I know it is a San Marco, but does anyone know the style? I was thinking that it was a Concor Supercorsa, but the lettering is not on the sides as it is for the SP. I would sincerely apreciate your help in helping determine the style, as I would like to buy another one. The words on the back say "Benvenuti a bordo" Thank you!


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That is a Concor saddle. Chrome steel rails would be the super corsa. Aluminum rails would be the superleggri (sp?)
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