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Orv Moody's 1985 Fiorelli includes Retro and Mod equipment.
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Remember when Campagnolo produced BMX components?
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1961 Schwinn Paramount with later-model Campy Triomphe (Triumph) gruppo. Owner is Marlin Meyer 

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Reader David Harned is restoring this 1973 Schwinn Paramount.

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Check out this very nice retro Zeus--not Campy equipped, but still well worth a look!
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Phillip Moore's 1998 Colnago Master.
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Henrik Revelj
sends this photo from Sweden--his mint condition 1994 Basso in Lotto team colors. Athena 8-speed gruppo


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George Evans
restored his Look machine, decked out in '86-era La Vie Claire colors.

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Jonathan Greene's Waterford has recently been restored and rebuilt with C-Record and Delta brakes.

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Sean Easley owns this nicely restored Olmo. Super Record gruppo.
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Check out this classic Cambio Corsa-equipped machine!

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Ben Kamen of New York City, NY, has achieved nirvana with this pearl-painted Eddy Merckx.  Click here for more photos and Ben's write-up

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Cornelius Loh, whose heartfelt restoration of a classic Legnano appears below, recently completed another project: a retro Bianchi.

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Jon Abernethy's Della Santa was built in 2001, but is totally retro, including a rare Portacatena device.

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Dave Walker's 1976 Alan features first-generation Super Record components and many other rare bits.  Click for more images

Campy Only Soma Rush
Retro shifting?  How about no shifting at all? Check out Campy Only's new fixed gear.

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Dave Moulton built this "Special Professional Model" in 1984; reader Steven Farner has it set up with period correct SR components.

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Reader Scott Sweeney owns this cool chrome 1972 Schwinn Paramount.

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Reader David Burrell no longer owns this Sabatini track bike, but he still has photos .... and memories
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David Casebeer
of Alabama has worn out several chainrings and innumerable tires on his 1976 Mercian, but it's still going strong after more than 150,000 miles.

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Jerry Baker
's 1982 Klein Super is Campy all the way. Check out the original Silca pump and the leather-wrapped bars.

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Is this bike in the wrong place? Take a closer look! Ronald calls this his "play bike" It's built with Record OR Gear running gear, Euclid crank set and bottom bracket, Campy nuovo tipo hubs and a Cinelli 140 stem and Campy quick release. You'll find Ronald riding this in the Phillipines.

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A nice pair of Campy-equipped track bikes from Tony Brown of Reading, PA. Click here for more of Tony's bikes.

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Liam O'Neil
rides his mid-80's Benotto in Milton, Ontario, Canada.

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Grant McLean sent a bunch of nice shots of his 1983 Raliegh Pro. Click here for more photos

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Campy-equipped mountain bikes? There are a few out there, and here is one, from Clive Luff of Hampshire, UK
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Keith's
1981 Alpine was built in Washington, D.C.. Nice mostly original NR drivetrain

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A good example of the practice of putting another maker's name on a frameset is Phil Chin's 1980-something Serotta Club Special, with "Murray" decals and 7-Eleven team colors.

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Chris Richter's
1986 Gios Professional, with SR parts (except the brake levers). Original down to the Binda toe straps.

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Joe Jefferson
has restored this Gios Compact with SR equipment.
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D. LeVuh
poses with his 1994 Cinelli Supercorsa, built with NR components.

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Johan Ericson of Stockholm, Sweden, did the paint and decals on his restored 1973 Crescent Pepita Special himself.  Check out the drilled NR gruppo.

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John Quigley offers several photos of his Irish David Kane, including this cool engraved stem.  Full Super Record.  Click here for a 4-in-1 photo

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Gary Berger's Masi Prestige features the workmanship that makes these rare machines so desirable.
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Richard Sachs has built up one of his retro-styled 30th Anniversary frames.  Click here for more info

Click here to see the Richard Sachs Project, an ongoing feature on the Campy Only webmaster's new RS frame.

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George Evans' 1989 Guerciotti is a fine example on a mid-range-equipped Campy Only machine.
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Scott Smith
owns this very nice '74 Masi. Click here for more photos

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Richard Bulis owns this classic Cinelli, equipped with early Super Record parts and the unusual Portacatena chain-holder device.  Click here for more photos

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Guido Ciardullo
of Canada found this Pinarello in a used bike shop and brought it back to life. 

 

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Check out this very nice retro-styled Harry Quinn, from reader Matt Griffin

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Lots of cool details on James Katynski's 1974 Masi Gran Criterium, including drilled chainrings and patrographing on the stem.

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It has Ergo shifting, but we'll call Tony Campagna's Pinarello "retro" for its Delta brakes. You'll find him riding it in Rowlettt, Texas.

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From England comes Alan Crowder's 1969 Holdsworth. Click for more photos

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From Canada comes this Coppi, equipped with the Victory gruppo. Owner is Phil Minervino

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This is the latest from Campy fan Cornelius Loh in Singapore--an '88 Colnago Super. The frame came from an eBay seller in Scotland!

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Retro or Mod?  Let reader Jimmy Katynski know which way to build this Della Santa frame!

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Remember when drilled-out components were all the rage? This 1973 Italvega from Otis will bring back fond memories of "holy" bikes . . . Click here for more photos

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Not even Campagnolo makes them like this any more!  The classic C-Record derailleur featured extensive hand polishing and jockey pulleys that turned on adjustable(!) ball bearings.

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Reader G. Gouvoussis in the Netherlands sends this Molteni Dec 75 Replica.  All Nuovo and Super Record, with a few "mod" bits thrown in.

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Now it's Retro . . . Now it's Mod!  Brian Schmierer recently upgraded his 1987 Eddy Merckx from retro to new Record. Click here for the Mod version.

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From Kein Rodríguez of Buenos Aires, Argentina, comes this Argentine-made Roselli, built up with Campy components.
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Nice classic drivetrain on John Quigley's Puch
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