This one came to me in a pretty unusual way. Our club helped out with Recycle cycle event this last year. This one came in and had a pair of bent up wheels. Which usually means strip it and junk it. I noticed that it had Campagnolo components on it. I knew enough that it was old and Campy parts usually make it a little higher end. So instead of junking the bike I put it in the back of the truck and took it home. I've changed a few things on this ol' ride. The cranks were shot so I put on new square taper cranks and got rid of the cotter key cranks. I changed out the headset and got a new set of wheels for it. I also put on some new brake pads, hoods for the brake levers, chain, cassette and bar tape. Everything works great. I've got a Chris King headset to put on it this year some time. It's just a great bike.