Here we offer you a true rarity. Many have heart about them but not so many have actually seen them. These are the almost mythic Campagnolo Serie Pista con Denti". In Italian, con denti" means "with teeth" and it is quite obvious where their moniker comes from - the shoe contact area has a distinctive surface with many teeth. 72 actually, when we would count them on both pedals.
They were produced by Campagnolo in the late 50's and during 60's under the code 1038/1. Not many were made and even much less have survived through the years. Our exemplar have a full steel construction and is in a good condition, which stood the test of almost 60 years well. Even the special rubber seal around the axle is in top form.
A very special piece of cycling history, which doesn't pop up very often...
Used. The pedals are in good condition, especially considering their age. The bearings are very good - smooth and nicely tight without play.