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Campagnolo small parts cabinet

Old 06-27-14, 04:24 PM
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Campagnolo small parts cabinet

Has anyone ever seen one of these? I can't seem to find much anything on it except a couple of pics on Google. I picked this up at an account in Austin that bought out an old shop a few years earlier. I couldn't pass it up. Any idea what the white rod on the front panel was used for? Any idea of how old these are? I have a buddy who worked for Campy when they were based in Houston but I haven't been able to catch him.
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Old 06-27-14, 05:38 PM
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More importantly, what's in all those little drawers? Empty I suppose?
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Old 06-27-14, 07:20 PM
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All labeled with Campagnolo NR/SR replacement part numbers but yes, empty.
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Damned! I was going to order some adjusting barrels.
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The box contained nearly every small part required to fix and rebuild Campy components . . .springs, cones, bearings, cups, axles. . . Everything! I purchased one for my shop in 1978 or 1979. The rod on the front was threaded through the spiral binder on the parts diagram catalogue that came with the box. When I sold my store in the 1990's, there were few parts left in the box, but the cabinet itself was purchased by a local shop.
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