From: ID this Pinarello!
So I picked up the bike this evening, and took off the computer, aerobars, and puke-tape. (forgot the computer magnet)
Overall, it's in pretty good condition, though some paint is chipping off and revealing the chromed (whoo!) frame underneath.
Here's a quick rundown of all of the parts:
Wheels: Shimano 600 hubs laced with straight-gauge spokes to Wolber rims. Probably Shimano 600 freewheel.
Bars/Stem: 3ttt stem and 3ttt "Competizione" bars
Headset: Campagnolo (unknown groupset)
Shifters: Campagnolo (unknown groupset)
Brakes: Drilled Campagnolo levers w/white hoods (good condition--Record?). Campagnolo (group?) caliper
Crankset: Campagnolo Strada crankarms, Campagnolo chainrings. Looks like a Campy bottom bracket too.
Deraileurs: Unknown Campagnolo
Seat/Seatpost: Selle Italia seat, campagnolo seatpost.
So the seller told me everything's original, but did Pinarello ever sell both Shimano and Campy on the same bike?
From the other forum, some people (Thanks dmp, LesterOfPuppets) identified it as a Pinarello Record, possibly '84.
Based on the pictures below (many more in their gigantic glory in the link below) can anybody confirm those statements? Sorry for the night pictures--will post some later in better light.
Thanks so much for the help so far!