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Old 11-23-14, 03:56 PM
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Campagnolo.... posters...pictures....info....just cool stuff...

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I want this for Christmas.
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Very nice images! Did you create these Jeff?
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Oooooh - cool! I love this kinda stuff; can we add?

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1942 ad, use of the 2-lever derailleur for the Champion of Italy

1942_MilanoSanRemo010 by iabisdb, on Flickr

Couple of 1943 ads for wins at the 1942 and 1943 Milan-Sanremo, (Senza attriti e senza rumore means friction free and noise free)

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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
Oooooh - cool! I love this kinda stuff; can we add?

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Yes, by all means....go right ahead.
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Tullio and Eddy,

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This was always one of my grail Campy items - so it's a little funny I no longer recall how it was acquired



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Paging [MENTION=148435]aixaix[/MENTION]. He has a great technical poster from Campagnolo from the 70's or 80's.
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Tullio and Eddy,

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I wonder how to get some of that stuff onto T-shirts.
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
This was always one of my grail Campy items - so it's a little funny I no longer recall how it was acquired



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I love that one too. I left a framed on in a shop I worked in, but after about 15 years I managed to find another and had it framed.



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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
I wonder how to get some of that stuff onto T-shirts.
Chuck will do it.

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Oh, My. I like Campagnolo, but this is impressive. The 80th case actually looks good there. That group was a letdown for me, it kind of shows though that the engineering dept. had better things to do and let marketing handle that one.

I do hope the 100th anniversary group will be spectacular... I intend to be around.
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While speaking of posters, does anybody have any idea as to the current value of the Campagnolo/Bernard Hinault poster? I have been sitting on one for a long time. I sold a few a decade ago and was interested in knowing how the price might have changed over the years.
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That's easy. Twenty bucks. What's your pay pal ID?
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Originally Posted by Citoyen du Monde
While speaking of posters, does anybody have any idea as to the current value of the Campagnolo/Bernard Hinault poster? I have been sitting on one for a long time. I sold a few a decade ago and was interested in knowing how the price might have changed over the years.

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