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Old 03-11-13, 10:19 AM
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Campagnolo wheels - really want

I would love a set of these vintage Campagnolo wheels.



Unfortunately it comes attached to some C&V equipment that is outside my budget.

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Old 03-11-13, 10:43 AM
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....and cold-setting your frame for them to fit would be a bummer!

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Old 03-11-13, 10:49 AM
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I'd prefer the whole package. Front tire looks a bit flat there.
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Originally Posted by scozim View Post
I would love a set of these vintage Campagnolo wheels.
Pretty but not my favorite Campys. I mentioned in another topic that once (1994) I wanted Campys on my antique car, the importer could not provide offset or other info. So I ordered one wheel to be shipped across the country (IIRC it was for an Alfa application) then determined it would not fit, so back it went.

That said, I'd probably be interested in any consumer product with the Campy name.
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That should be a 1974/75 Ford Pantara. I put a down payment on one back in 74, but got refused in the finance! Dam, I know I missed out.. Went and got a 74 Datsun 260 Z..
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pantara, great car and band!

we had one in the shop once, its great to have an exotic with a iron heart, much more friendly to normal people.
still riddled with problems...
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Old 03-11-13, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by cehowardGS View Post
That should be a 1974/75 Ford Pantara. I put a down payment on one back in 74, but got refused in the finance! Dam, I know I missed out.. Went and got a 74 Datsun 260 Z..
According to the ad it's a 1973 GTS. While sold by Ford in the Lincoln/Mercury dealerships I see them always listed as a Detomaso Pantera these days. That 351 Cleveland engine was a sweet motor.
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perhaps you could put one on this

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Not a climber.
Not very agile.
Hard to burn rubber.
But definately a head-turner.

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perhaps you could put one on this

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