I have recently acquired an old Bianchi frame with a few components still attached (which have recently been removed), and am having quite the fight trying to identify it.
So far as I know it is an early-mid 80's Bianchi painted "electric" blue with a cassette side "chrome" chainstay. All other identifying decals/head badge had been removed at one point in the bike's history. The only real clues I have to it's age and make are the sparse components that came attached (which are unreliable at best). Among them are Modolo Flash brakes, Shimano 105 Golden arrow rear derailleur, Campy (no model identifiable) front derailleur and lever shifters, and Ambrosio 19 extra rims (which may be elites, I'll have to take a second look when I get home).
To give a slightly better clue as to what I am talking about here is a pic of the Shimano 105 Golden Arrow rear derailleur with the paint color of the frame showing it's head in the upper right of the pic:
Please let me know if any other information is needed (if I can offer anything more, I will)
I can post some pictures of the frame in question later this evening if need be.
Thank you for your help, whoever may take on the burden of tracking this thing down.