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- Gold plated bike anyone. This is what the page had to say (from another blog site) It is called a Cellini and it’s very striking, mostly because the frame is gold plated. The photos hardly do it justice. I asked the guy about the bike. He said one of the store guys bought it for $60 or $80 from an estate sale. They thought it was about 1982 and was all-Campy on a gold-plated frame with cherrywood rims. The Cellini name was also engraved on some of the components, like the chainrings. They didn’t know many details. They said there was no bike maker named Cellini that anyone knew of, but that the bike did have the name of Italy’s largest goldsmith on it and the initials of a major tradeshow. Maybe it was just showing off. How it came to be in Oregon nobody knew, but here it pops up at an estate sale for under a hundred bucks. The frame was stunning. The components alone would be worth more than the $60 or $80. I should have offered them $150, think of the profit!, but it would have been hard to get home.
WHEN YOU DECIDE TO HAVE A TOURING HOLIDAY YOU HAVE TO TRIM DOWN WHAT YOU TAKE