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Magni Pep by Losa (1970s) – SOLD

Description

Giuseppe Magni  called ”Peppino” or ”Pep” was a bike mechanic for Professional  Italian team and a famous bike manufacturer from Milan, Italy. During period 1975-1980 most of Magni’s framesets were made by  very respected framebuilder Giovanni Losa from Vittuone (Milan, Italy), who was living not far from Pep. Giovanni Losa, well known as ”Vanni”  was the secret frame builder of many famous  others brands including Cinelli and very respected back in late 1970s. Framesets made by Vanni Losa are always something special, drawing attention and are famous for their stiffness and elegance.

Proudly presenting this classic beauty from late 1970s, Magni Pep made by Vanni Losa. The original paintjob shows the mix of metallic graphite and dark green wich is even more attracive when seen in person. Beautiful  combination of Pep and Vanni  engravinings are drawing attention all over the frame made of Columbus SL steel, which was top of the line back in the days and  is fully equiped with Campagnolo Nuovo Record groupset and Magni pantograph stem, seatpost and chainring. Haven’t seen much framesets with pantograph Columbus logo on the headset tube and this one has it.

A piece of art for an amazing price. Suitable for any cycling event.

 

Frame & Fork: Magni Pep, Columbus SL

Size:

  • seat tube (c-t): 56 cm
  • top tube (c-c): 55 cm
  • headset tube: 13 cm
  • standover: 81,5 cm

Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Headset: Campagnolo Record

Crankset: Campagnolo Record (170mm)

Bottom bracket : Campagnolo Record

Stem: 3ttt, Magni pantograph, 120mm

Handlebar: 3ttt, Model competition, 40cm (c-c)

Shifters: Campagnnolo

Brake Levers: Campagnolo Super Record

Brakes: Campagnolo Record

Hubs: Campagnolo Record

Rims: Mavic GP4

Tubulars: Schwalbe Milano

Seatpost: Campagnolo Record 27,2mm

Seat: San Marco Concor Profile (original)

Chain: Campagnolo 6c

Pedals: Not included

Condition: Used, but in good condition. The frame has no cracks or dents and is not bent. Original paint and decals. Some signs of normal use and touchups on the frame. Some chrome blemishes on the forks and chainstay. All parts are working fine. Completely checked and adjusted, cables and tires have been replaced.

Era: mid/late 1970s

Price: SOLD (shipped to Japan, November 2016)

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