Very rare Masi built at the Vigorelli Track Bottega in Milan. In very good condition generally. Chrome work on chainstay, fork crown, rear ends and dropouts is original and in decent condition usual age related pantina. no rust.
Very detailed frame with lots of Masi casting ( Fork crown, lugs, brake bridge, seat stay tops)
Campagnolo Ends. Masi Emblem cut out on bottom bracket.
Comes complete with Campagnolo super record Headset (Italian thread), Campagnolo binder bolt, and Campagnolo bottom bracket (Italian Threads) All in good condition.
Seat tube 55.5cm C-T
Top Tube 54cm C-C
Front fork spacing 100mm (measured)
Rear end spacing 128mm (measured)
Seatpin diameter 27mm
Faliero Masi commenced making bicycle frames at the Velodromo Vigorelli in Milan in the 1950s, after a career as a professional racer and team mechanic. In 1973 his son Alberto took over the Vigorelli shop. Faliero and two assistants went to the US and began production at a new facility in Carlsbad, California after selling the “Cicli Masi” name and trademark to an American businessman, Roland Sahm.