Bonus, the Fondriest TT is fast and very easy to ride as a same time!
The other spinning MS is the kind of story I like.
When I got it, it was half freak half anti, but at least I got its original fork. And it was hard to resist anyway to its Columbus EL frame:
As soon as I've put my hands on it, I discovered some marks I'm very familiar with:
The paintjob is of course an ode to Greg Lemond TVT bike but the decals didn't seem original so I removed them, and bingo: another Maxi Sports, made by Cyfac. We can see it on this photo with some concentration :D (As usual, the marks tell it has been made in 1992 for a rider with the "LN" initials.)
After many hours taking care of the frame and gathering components, it reborned as a Campa 90s Record bike with custom Maxi Sports decals but still with its Greg Lemond paintjob:
The idea behind the custom decals was how a MS ridden by Lemond could have looked like.
Then I switched from clincher to tubular wheels (the clincher wheels went to the road Fondriest). I also switched from a single 57T chainring to a more realistic 55/46T setup:
And recently, it got the Benotto treat: