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Old 05-04-08, 04:01 PM   #1
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Seeking advice on a Pinarello...

Any ideas of what model this is? It looks to be in good shape and in Toronto, it isn't a bad price. What do ya'll think?


http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/bik/667353453.html
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not a steal, but a very good price. In a vacuum, given the pictures, I guess a Treviso. Hard to say without a tubing sticker, though. The fork looks to be a replacement, as the original should have had the Pinarello logo on the crown tops.
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Horozontal drop outs?

Anyway, this has been for sale for a number? of months.

Not 'bottom-of-the-barrel', but not too high-up either.

(I have lost the site that gives pictures/low-down on

many bikes.)


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My guess would be a Treviso. The Montello had chromed rear triangle and internal top cables on some models. Does it have the bridgeless bottom bracket? The sticker on the downtube was from the Olympics when Alexi won in LA (so it is after 1984).

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High Park... rough area.
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Hrm, High Park is a very good area, no?

But I think I will pass on the bike; the non-Pini fork and the mystery tubing is a good indication that this bike is not for me. Thanks guys.
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"(I have lost the site that gives pictures/low-down on many bikes.)" QUOTE.


Found it!

Bulgier.net (Bike Catalogs)


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