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Old 07-20-20, 02:43 AM
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Pinarello price and model?

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Can anybody help me inedtify that Pinarello and maybe tell me whats it worth? Too bad it has shimano 105, not original campagnolo, but i will replace it with original if i buy it. it is my size, and i wonder wich model it is? Because i am willing to completely restore it with original parts, if i get it cheap.









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Old 07-20-20, 03:00 AM
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Maybe Pinarello dolomite, which have shimano 105 6-speed? Looks like that one... 80s Pinarello Identification Help
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Old 07-20-20, 03:16 AM
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i also found that....Rescued Pinarello, please help identify. Thanks. . It has shimano 105, same decals, serial number with two letters and two numbers, same color, ... Maybe it is realy Dolomite? What is the price of that mid-range pinarellos?
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I assume you have already determined that the frame fits? It seems to be on the large side. These are tough to value, in my opinion. If it were mine, given the pedigree, I'd want to try to maximize the value and at least clean it up, raise the seat post so it doesn't look so bad, etc.
The fact that they didn't might mean you can make a lower offer and get it. To me it is a frame-only transaction, meaning the only thing you really want is the frame and the rest of the components, except maybe the FD, the bars and stem, will be given away or sold. And given the frame is not in the best shape, lots of paint issues and decal issues, I think it would at least be at the low end of the value curve.

I checked ebay for completed sales and didn't have any luck. I did see a Pinarello Treviso frame that went for $475. The frame was said to be "perfect" with no rust, all decals intact, etc. Your target bike is nowhere near that condition.

Don't know that this helps, but I wanted to at least give you something to think about. Before proceeding, if this is meant for yourself, double-check the fit before making any offer.
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I assume you have already determined that the frame fits? It seems to be on the large side. These are tough to value, in my opinion. If it were mine, given the pedigree, I'd want to try to maximize the value and at least clean it up, raise the seat post so it doesn't look so bad, etc.
The fact that they didn't might mean you can make a lower offer and get it. To me it is a frame-only transaction, meaning the only thing you really want is the frame and the rest of the components, except maybe the FD, the bars and stem, will be given away or sold. And given the frame is not in the best shape, lots of paint issues and decal issues, I think it would at least be at the low end of the value curve.

I checked ebay for completed sales and didn't have any luck. I did see a Pinarello Treviso frame that went for $475. The frame was said to be "perfect" with no rust, all decals intact, etc. Your target bike is nowhere near that condition.

Don't know that this helps, but I wanted to at least give you something to think about. Before proceeding, if this is meant for yourself, double-check the fit before making any offer.

Thanks for the answer I have already restored few bikes, one of them was willier triestina cromovelato blu 86, amazing bike and i want my bikes to be "perfection", so that one (Pinarello) which i want to buy for personal use (restoration), i think i will offer 70 max.
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$150.00 seems like a fair price to pay for it
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I picked the Pinarello Dolemite up last Fall. It is, except for the front wheel and brake levers (?), very original and fitted with Shimano 105 throughout...




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I picked this up in 2013 for $150. I believe it is a Vento. Mininal panto. Couldn't really tell what was original because of the replacement parts. Paint was horrible.
Pinarello Vento- as purchased, on Flickr

Thought it was this:
1987 Fuchsia Pinarello Tre Cime, on Flickr

But I think it is this
87_Pinarello_Veneto, on Flickr
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