1977 Colnago Super with pantographing
Some may wonder whether this has enough of the right bits to take the tag of “Pantagrafata”. One might also wonder why American and Japanese consumers seem so particular about such things when their Italian compatriots (including the folk who built, assembled, purchased, pedalled and palped such bicycles in the first place) seem so blasé (to the point of disinterest). And whether it really matters now that it is all but impossible to separate original pantographed parts from those newly minted from standard old stock
Lovely patina on the awesome (presumably non-original) Assos saddle.
The rest of the bike ain’t bad either.
If this is your thing then you could do worse than take a wander through here
Of course, when pantographing isn’t quite enough then there was always this:
Engraved Cinelli XA stem and Campagnolo C Record crankset
Unusual to see a Yeti Ultimate in white with a full Campy grouppo (not to mention shod with white Onza Porcs).
A most excellent choice.
Ridiculous combo. Ridiculous money. But excellent.
More Yeti stuff here
1993 Swiss Army Bicycle
More bicycles of war here