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Hi guys,

I new to the forum but thought it might be the best place for specialist information on Italian Vintage Frames.

I have over time been putting together a mint condition Dura Ace 7400 Groupset, down to the smallest component. Its 7 Speed with a 126mm rear hub. I am looking for a italian steel frame to complete the build. 

I have narrowed some compatible frames down to the 1980s era, De Rosa Prestige, Masi Prestige, Colnago Super/Mexico, Merckx Corsa, Chesini X-Uno etc.

If any of you have any for sale please let me know or alternatively point me in the direction of some online sellers, ebay accounts or flickr groups. 

I live in the UK and need a 54-56cm frame (Centre-Top Seat Tube)

Thanks



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Good luck on your search!
Do keep us updated on your build in "Members' Build'
Cheers!



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