Maybe we could saw off the lugs and I could hang them on a wall.
It's always good to see Michael, even if we're standing six feet apart in masks. I don't even know how long I was in the store. He looked the bike over and suggested that, since the rear triangle was still intact, we could send the bike back to Italy to have the front tubes replaced. If that could be done.
Or we could order a new frame, which would be more of a sure thing and also faster.
Michael had me take pictures of the few decals and the badge so that the factory would know what color I wanted and that we didn't want any logos.