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Old 04-19-04, 02:25 PM   #1
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Pics of rare Pinarello/campy parts

I would like to know if in fact these parts are rare? I have stored the bike since 89 when I bought it in Toronto. I can't find any info on the bike or the parts have a look!
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Pantographed chainrings aren't commonplace but aren't real rare. I've seen more pantographed for Colnago than I have Pinarello but I've seen more Colnagos overall. The item that is rare to me is the seatpost but I don't claim true expertise.

Very pretty bike. Post some pics of the entire bike.
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Old 04-20-04, 02:53 PM   #3
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Hi walter thanks for the responce and here is a pic of the whole bike, it is very nice and I don't know what to do with it at this point. I got into mountain biking shortly after I got it and didn't look back.
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neffer,

Been watching this thread and I think (I might be wrong, it could happen!)
those are Campy Victory components? I can't be sure from the photo's.
If so they are good quality but not top of the line. The crankset definately looks like
victory. If this is the case the bike would go for a bit less than a Super Record or C Record
equipped bike. The Frame appears to be in excellent condition as do the components.
No, not rare as walter stated but very salable.
All in all a nice bike.
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Thanks Marty for your responce I do think it was the victory groupo on the bike when I first bought it I was into road biking heavily and rode a bianci mostly. I just thought since I have stored it for so many years a serious collector might find it interesting.
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