Originally Posted by 55/Rad
What tubeset is it made of?
Probably Columbus SLX. I had a very nearly identical bike (blue) with full Campy C-Record/Croce D'Aune that I purchased new in 1990 or so. Rode/raced it for a number of years. Wrecked it a couple of times, one of which slightly bent the frame, so when it came time to sell it a couple of months ago, I decided to part it out rather than having to explain what a wonderful bike it was despite the slight frame damage. I rode the bike for years after the wreck and never noticed any ill effects and had it checked out by reputable LBS prior to sale.
I got a lot of money for the parts, but that was because it had things like Delta brakes, etc. For the bare frame (and I mean bare, no bb/headset or even seatpost binder), I got $100 on local CL the same day I posted it, maybe I should have asked for more. And again, the frame was objectively damaged and sold w/absolute full disclosure & disclaimers on this.
Very sweet riding bike, these frames were made by Bilato and imported by Ten Speed Drive. The paint was done here in the states, nice Imron jobs.
I did keep the wheels from mine, very nice C-Record hubs on 32h Campy Omega rims, which now live on in my wifes bike, she being very lightweight can use these for general road abuse.
From what I know about these, they are top quality Italian iron, but they don't have the cachet of the better known brands.