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    Default Re: zullo

    wow, turned out awesome!
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    Thanks Matt.
    I'm really happy with it.
    This will transition to a full retro build at one point.
    Sitting around with a beer and looking at it we decided that it needs downtube shifters.
    It was a pretty quick install and everything came together nicely. I'm pleased with how well the friction shifters work with Campy 10 speed.
    It's definitely looking better.

    [IMG][url=https://postimg.cc/Sjd5jvQB]



    [IMG][url=https://postimg.cc/WqNHXM8Y]
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    Default Re: zullo

    is that frame not closer to 30 years old than 40? fine looking bike, interesting choice of wheels.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwa64 View Post
    is that frame not closer to 30 years old than 40? fine looking bike, interesting choice of wheels.
    Braze-ons for two bottles had become pretty much standard by 1985, so this frame could be as late as 1984 or so in that regard. But shifter cable guides had been moved to under the bb earlier (circa 1981), so it pre-dates that. For a 1975, it's replete boss-wise.

    Beautiful resto on a beautiful frameset, Artie. Compliments!
     

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    The frame is a from somewhere around '76 or '77. I know this because I sent photos to Tiziano Zullo just after I received it a few years back.
    He claims that it's from "ca. 40 years ago" and is one of the first frames that he did.
    The wheels are temporary until I get the Ambrosios back from the shop.
    I put in a good long day on it yesterday and had a blast.
    Artie Deianni

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