Classic & Vintage - Help w/ '80s Lazzaretti
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05-21-09, 01:32 PM
Can anyone help shed some light on this bike frame for me? Recently picked up, I'm pretty sure the components are all original to the bike, paint is in great shape and the rust seen on the chrome fork has polished off nicely. No info on the frame make however or the year of the bike. I have definitely not done enough homework to make any educated guesses.
Lazzaretti is a very old shop in Rome (oldest in the city),The shop is still in business on Via Bergamo #3
in Rome. They had BMZ and others build bikes for them and they applied their own decals, a common
practice with many small shops. They marketed a range of bikes, mostly known for their city bikes.
I'd say based on components and lack of any tubing decals that it's a mid tier model.
My bet is it's going to be a nice riding bike.
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