Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Bertoni






Note: "When I bought the bike I could not keep the seatpost from slipping. I eventually figured out that the problem was that the plow seatpost binder did not work. I modified the top of the seat tube by cutting a short vertical notch and then installing an external collar. This solved the problem."

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Friday, June 24, 2011

SOMEC







Note: SOMEC Promax, seat tube c-c 55cm, toptube c-c 55,5cm. Short history of SOMEC here.

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Monday, June 20, 2011

Noll



Note: Achim Noll, model SSK, MAX frame that appeared in the German magazine "Rad Magazine TOUR" of April, 1989. Thanks to Gy├Ârgy from Hungary for the images. If you have additional information about Noll frames please email me at address below.

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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Panasonic







Note: additional photos of previously entered Panasonic (here).

Seller wrote, "It is a Panasonic pursuit frame, accepts a front 650c wheel only and it is actually stamped NJS! I didn't even know that pursuit frames could be NJS approved but this is the proof that is possible. As you can see from picture number 9 this frame was manufactured in 1995, the first two numbers in the NJS frames correspond to the manufactured year."

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Concorde




Note: seller wrote, "I believe its early Eighties when the frames were built by Bilato for Concorde and sprayed in Belgium. At the time Bilato were also producing frames for Ciocc and other high quality brands and the spraying was carried out by the same company who did work for Paganini."


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Grandis






Note: Grandis, Verona, Italy

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