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    Whole Bike pic

    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. The Campy parts are awesome and must have some collector value. I would just like to know if it is true only so many were produced that year Pedro Delgato won the tour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neffer
    it is very nice and I don't know what to do with it at this point.
    Steve, you should sell it to me for a couple of hundred bucks, those campy parts are just ruined with all that scribbling on them!

    Seriously, it is a beautiful bike, but I don't know how you can find out what it's worth, unless you find a Pinarello afficienado website that might tell you.

    There are a couple of '84 Pinarello Treviso's on Ebay now, one is up in 45 minutes and is only at $200 with Dura Ace components. The other is at ebay has campy stuff and has another 5 days to go. These may give an indication of the value neighborhood, anyway.

    I think the only way you may find out what it's worth is ebay. Or if you want to avoid Ebay and keep it in Canada, you could list it for best offer on the classifieds www.canadiancyclist.com and see what kind of offers you get.
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    Nice bike, tho its not a Bianchi...
    So since its not a bianchi and you should unload it for a couple hundred to me, i am sure you dont want that old bike laying around since its not a Bianchi.
    Like pinerider said its ruined so I will be more than glad to take it off your hands
    That is a very sweet bike.....
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    Yes thanks I think I will hang on to it and might even venture out on the road, since I have had it out I am getting the itch again........the bush will always be there but there is nothing like 70 KMH on a flat road on a nice road bike!

    steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by bianchi_rider
    Nice bike, though it's not a Bianchi ...
    So since it's not a Bianchi, you should unload it for a couple hundred to me; I am sure you don't want that old bike lying around since it's not a Bianchi.
    He's right, you know.
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