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GIOS TORINO SUPER RECORD 1980

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Size / Year:
49 ctc ST 51 ctc TT / 1980 
Handlebars / Stem:
Nitto Aerodynamic Durallium / Nitto
Fork / Headset:
Original Coin Crowned Fork / Campagnolo Super Record
Front Wheel / Hub / Rim / Tire:
Mavic 192 Red / Shimano 600 / Vittoria Zaffiro
Rear Wheel / Hub / Rim / Tire:
Mavic 192 Red / Shimano 600 / Vittoria Zaffiro
Crankset / Bottom Bracket:
Suntour Superbe 1st Gen fluted 52|42T / Campagnolo Super Record
Saddle / Seat Post:
Brooks B17 Honey / Campagnolo Super Record Fluted
Pedals / Chain:
Maillard CX / Regina
Shifters / Derailleurs:
Suntour Superbe 1st Gen
Brakes / Brake Levers:
Suntour Superbe 1st Gen
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Wow! Suntour Superbe Group set. Great choice!
You got good taste!
Btw, Small size frame is not easy to come by.
Congrats!

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Nice!

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hahaha YES. i have another Gios Super Record same size for sale. that requires a bit more work on the body. interested? heh...

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