It’ll cost you.
(A minimum of $2,500, to be exact.)
seat tube: 61cm center-to-center
top tube: 58cm center-to-center
Chainrings: Magistrone 53, 47
Shifters, Front Derailleur, Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Hubs: Campagnolo Record
Tires: Vittoria competition (ONLY PART THAT IS NOT ORIGINAL!!)
Saddle: Cinelli Unicanitor (minor scrapes on side)
Handlebars: Cinelli Giro D’Italia
Stem: Cinelli 125mm
Cages: Christophe Speciale
Brake hoods are dried and cracked and wrapped with tape, levers have scratches.
Decals in excellent condition
Cranks have a hollow spindle, aluminum spider and aluminum chainrings!
THIS BIKE IS A TRUE SURVIVOR
A PIECE OF HISTORY
Owned by Valerio Berteotti, who was a professional racer in Italy during WWII. After the War he emigrated to the United States, where he made the purchase of this fine bicycle, which of course was never raced! During his career, which began in 1943 and ended in 1948, he came first in Coppa San Geo, the National Championship for Cyclocross Elite in Italy, and the Coppa Citta Bassano. Racing first on team Dopolavoro Caproni Tentro, he later raced on Olmo, spent several years as riding individually and one year on teamVC Trentino.