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Old 11-22-07, 06:16 AM   #1
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Help me ID this Pinarello

Bought a Pinarello yesterday, want to repaint it, get som new decals and so on..

But what's the modelname? I did not get the bike yet, will be shipped tomorrow. But did get some pics. Could you ID this baby? What type of campa equipment does it cary?

I did not get the framenumber yet. But as you can see on one of the pictures, it ends with ..92







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Old 11-22-07, 10:28 AM   #2
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Here is a site with old catalogues.
http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/
There are 4 Pinarello catalogues there form that era.
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Old 11-22-07, 10:40 AM   #3
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Nice find! Here's mark's link to the catalogs:

http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/

You can look up the pinarello catalogs and make your own mind up - I am gonna guess that this is the Treviso Victory from '85 or '86 - based on the shape of the seatstay caps, the fork crown. It is assembled with a schmorgasbord of parts, so I can't begon to guess what it first had on it...The drive side chainstay was chrome in '85, but may not have been in '86. Those are top drawer brakes, but you need to put the acorn nut back on the front one, because it will fall apart eventually without one. That is not a good thing to happen when you need to use the brake...
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