Monday, February 2, 2015
Austro-Daimler Superleicht Ultima SL circa 1982 equipped with Campy 50th group. This was the top of the Austro-Daimler Puch Steyr line in 1982 and sold as a frame only built of Reynolds 531 SL tubing with Bocama lugs. This one is built with a full super record 50th group including titanium bottom bracket. The exception is the Edco gold anodized headset. Seat is a Selle Concor Superleggera. Rims are Mavic OR10's. Freewheel is Regina Oro. Chain is Sedis Oro. Stem is a Cinelli 1R holding Cinelli Campione del Mondo handlebars. Weight is 18.95 pounds without pedals.
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Saturday, January 17, 2015
This is a 1981 Basso Gap. The bare frame weighs only 1735 grams, so it must be made of some special type of lighter-weight Columbus tubing. The bike has a full Super Record titanium group with Basso pantographed brake levers, black anodized Basso pantographed 3ttt stem with 3ttt bars, black anodized pantographed brake calipers, Basso pantographed Super Record seat post, Selle Italia Superleggera seat, milled crank with Basso pantographed chain ring, Basso milled and pantographed shifters, Regina hollow pin light weight chain, Everest alloy freewheel, Fiamme Ergal rims laced to 28 hole Super Record hubs, Super Record headset, Super Record titanium bottom bracket, Super Record derailleurs, and light-weight tubular tires. Total weight without pedals is 16.99 pounds.