Here we offer you a Colnago Master 1st Generation from the 1980s. The very first generation of the Colnago Master was released in 1984, the same year in which Giuseppe Saronni won the Giro d'Italia - riding a Colnago Master, of course.
The Master was meant to be an improvement of the New Mexico which had been Colnago's top model before. It had completely different lugs and a drastically changed tubing with the distinctive 4 deep crimpes on each tube of the main triangle. it is perhaps worth noting that also both seatstays are nicely sculpted and show hints of crimping.
Any cyclist out there dreamed to own a Master, just like avid collectors nowadays have one in their collection.
The frame truly is an "evergreen". The tubing - "Columbus Gilco Design - Profilo S4" - has profiled sections and was specifically designed by Gilberto Colombo to improve the stiffness and to better withstand mechanical strain.
The Master had a huge impact on the cycling scene and became the most winning rod bike model in the following years.
This beauty has been nicely refurbished and received a fiery red paintjob. Top notch frame like this deserves only top notch parts in nice condition. In this case it is Campagnolo's last evolution of its legendary Super Record gruppo with non-fluted crank arms and distinctive brakes.
A stunning piece of road racing history which will shine on any wall or indeed withstand any challenge of a classic cycling event.