I am the original owner and purchased it in June of 1976 for $500 plus sales tax. The bicycle originally had a Nuovo Record group on it and the only braze-ons on the frame were the bottom bracket cable guides and down tube waterbottle bosses. I trained and raced on it for many years. Conservatively, the frame has 40,000 miles on it.

I had the frame repainted at least two times before its current paint job done by CyclArt in 1985. I rebuilt the bike in 1986 with a 1980s Super Record group and I've ridden it less than 25 miles since then. I have some of the original parts from when it was new but they are all in fairly rough condition except for the hubs which are still on the bike today.

So although the bicycle is not historically accurate, it does represent the
basic technology of the time. It also has the same characteristics as when it was new (5-speed freewheel, friction shifting, non-aero brake levers, single-pivot side-pull brakes, etc).

The bicycle is essentially a museum piece and I display it on a landing in the stairwell of my house. It is definitely a conversation piece.

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