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Old 02-10-19, 12:03 PM
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Pinarello with hodgepodge of parts

What do ya'll think? Not even sure of the model, but I spied the Campy seatpost which is interesting. Any ideas on model or value? Would this be a repaint candidate?

https://boulder.craigslist.org/bik/d...796539923.html
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Old 02-10-19, 12:19 PM
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Croce d'Aune seatpost.
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Old 02-10-19, 12:28 PM
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You're probably not too bad on the price.

It could be a good candidate for restoration if you can keep the cost of painting down.

Is that a partial 6600 groupset? It should have some value even if you don't re-use it on this bike.

I don't see a tubing sticker, but I'd guess the equivalent to Columbus SL.

Pinerello did some wonderful chrome work, but I can't tell what has actually been chromed other than the right chain stay and rear dropouts.
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It's 6500 Ultegra with a 6400 crankset.
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Based on the frame characteristics I'd say it was very late 1980s and could be either a Treviso (Columbus SL), or Cadore (Cromor). I'm leaning towards the latter, as it was available in that exact colour scheme in 1989. Major components are a mix of two generation of Ultegra with the older 600 Ultegra (Tricolour) being era correct. These were sold as a frame or with buyer's choice of Campagnolo or Shimano groups. Price is fair. I would consider a repaint.

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Interesting! Great help, thank you!~
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I think I've read that Pinarello had some issues with decals. So, that bike wouldn't be the only one missing the decals, even the higher end bikes.
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The price does look reasonable.

I'm surprised the bike has been up for a month, but likely due to the mixed parts and bad paint/decals.

You can always shoot the seller an offer. Don't go too low, but enough that it should peak their interest.
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The price does look reasonable.

I'm surprised the bike has been up for a month, but likely due to the mixed parts and bad paint/decals.

You can always shoot the seller an offer. Don't go too low, but enough that it should peak their interest.
Good call. Thanks again!
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The price does look reasonable.

I'm surprised the bike has been up for a month, but likely due to the mixed parts and bad paint/decals.

You can always shoot the seller an offer. Don't go too low, but enough that it should peak their interest.
I think the colour scheme also plays a factor. Unless you're very familiar with the brand, it looks more like a rattle can livery. Black and pink aren't what most propsective buyers would consider be factory paint for a Pinarello.
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Pinarello had paint issues as well back in the day.
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has what looks to be a cracked upper headset cup. not that it's the end of the world, but I'd want to look at everything more closely.
if it were my size, and local, i'd have at least gone to look at it, with a pocket full of cash to make an on the spot offer.

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