Colnago

Discussion in 'Vintage and Classic Bikes' started by woodbutcher, 8 Oct 2018.

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  1. woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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    Just to complicate matters a bit , the radar picked this up.....if only the Pinarello was this colour or maybe this is just as nice. Common as muck ur Colnago though :whistle:
    What would be your choice folks ?
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  2. Cycleops

    Cycleops Guru

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    That's very nice, don't like the modern wheels though.
     
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  3. raleighnut

    raleighnut Guru

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    Nah, too small for me. :whistle:
     
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  4. biggs682

    biggs682 Smile a mile bike provider Photo Winner

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    Why choose take them both you know you want to
     
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  5. carpenter

    carpenter Well-Known Member

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    Like them both, but "acid yellow" Pinarello for me!
     
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    woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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    I sort of knew l was expecting the impossible ....in other words no consensus one way or t"other. So l have to decide for myself , one or the other or very helpful of you Mr.B ...both !
    I am leaning toward the Pinarello but l love the colour scheme of the Colnago . Maybe l will just toss a coin, knowing my luck it would land on its edge ^_^
     
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    woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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    I have some spare wheels of the correct period with campag hubs :smile:
     
  8. Smokin Joe

    Smokin Joe Legendary Member

    Shimano washing line shifters on a Colnago frame? :ohmy::ohmy::ohmy:

    Heresy :angry::angry::angry:
     
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    woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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    If l end up with it , which is only a possibility at the mo. l will restore it to Campagnolo glory :angel:
     
  10. raleighnut

    raleighnut Guru

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    So you'll put up with clunky changes and a lot of transmission noise............................Oh wait you've got a Ducati too :whistle:
     
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    woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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    Can't argue with that ^_^
     
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  12. Smokin Joe

    Smokin Joe Legendary Member

    Satan.
     
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    woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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  14. DRM

    DRM Über Member

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    West Yorks
    Me likey how dare you keep putting temptation up on here!!!:okay:
     
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    woodbutcher

    woodbutcher Über Member

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    Best way to deal with temptation is to "yield to it" :evil:
     
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