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Old 12-27-07, 10:18 AM   #1
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new pinarrelo treviso. what do you guys think

so i got this new bike. i will sell it by parts, frame pinarello treviso tricolor, cinelli bar and 3ttt stem, campy record hubs, cranks and brakes.
what do you guy think it is worth?


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Old 12-27-07, 11:00 AM   #2
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I think this is pretty close to advertising. . .

shame to part out that bike, but yah unfortunately you'll get more for the parts and frame
than the whole bike.
I'd suggest you check past ebay auctions for what it's worth.
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Old 12-27-07, 11:24 AM   #3
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Old 12-27-07, 12:06 PM   #4
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I think this is pretty close to advertising. . .
Pretty close? As in horseshoes and hand grenades?
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I dunno, his store only sells new items, and none are bikes or bike parts. I'm guessing he's looking for an honest appraisal.
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Old 12-27-07, 07:33 PM   #6
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The parts are a smish smash. the crank is probably original to the bike. It seems to me that I have a poster of Grewal at the '84 olympics riding a bike with this paint scheme, though. Am I right?
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Old 12-27-07, 07:36 PM   #7
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aha! bingo!
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Didn't Grewal ride Dura Ace AX in the 84 Olympics?
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most likely, but these guys say that this is a replica. I honestly can't remember, and I can't put my hand on the poster right now either. For what it is worth, they have a rocking web site for vintage bikes, though.
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Old 12-28-07, 12:04 PM   #10
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guys, thanks so much for all the help. i will wait until late January to have more traffic.
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Just a warning about biking things website.
Checked out the site and saw the Discovery National Jersey that i have been trying to get ever since Discovery Store cancelled my order. Ordered the jersey, priced too low so I figured something might be wrong.
Great service from this guy can't complain about that. Got the jersey in just a matter of days.
The jersey is not the official Discovery Jersey that I hoped I was getting.
It is a very close replica. Logos missing or in wrong spots along with much different material than the REAL one my wife has.
Just be ware that everything there is a replica and not original.
Wonder about that Pinarello now.
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Didn't Grewal ride Dura Ace AX in the 84 Olympics?
Yes, to a point, he used the cranks, and pedals. The balance of the bike was Campagnolo.

I got to see it in person, dates me huh?
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All of a sudden I'm having nightmares about Clark-Kent bikes now!
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'Been through the above 'website'.

Questions:

What brand of saddle is a 'selle success'?

Should the above not be 'Selle Success'?

Why, when I visit the 'Selle Italia', website,

no mention is made of this product.

'Houston, we have a problem'.

Are these unknown saddles, 'KNOCK-OFFS'?

Just asking.


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'Been through the above 'website'.

Questions:

What brand of saddle is a 'selle success'?

Should the above not be 'Selle Success'?

Why, when I visit the 'Selle Italia', website,

no mention is made of this product.

'Houston, we have a problem'.

Are these unknown saddles, 'KNOCK-OFFS'?

Just asking.


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Knock-offs? Is that even possible? I suppose, if they were coming from some place with a history of copying others it could be done.


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I raced Pinarellos and Bianchis in the eighties. This paint scheme was often seen on Montellos and marketed as "Italian Ice". I had a Montello in red & chrome and a Treviso in blue & chrome. Nice bikes.
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