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WTB: Mid-80s Bianchi Specialissima/Superleggero frame

Old 05-11-20, 03:31 PM
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WTB: Mid-80s Bianchi Specialissima/Superleggero frame

Looking for mid-80s Bianchi Specialissima/Superleggero frame. Prefer 56, 57, 55 in that order. Would like a frame for a project, but would consider a complete bike.
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Originally Posted by alexihnen View Post
Looking for mid-80s Bianchi Specialissima/Superleggero frame. Prefer 56, 57, 55 in that order. Would like a frame for a project, but would consider a complete bike.
Hey Alex - I'm probably selling my 56cm Bianchi X3 Specialissima, but it's in museum condition with stock parts and a king's ransom. If you're looking for a restoration, I sold Rob on Paceline Forum my mid 80s Bianchi Specialissima and he's been trying to sell it as he has too many projects (not sure if it already sold). Same size at 56 and much cheaper.
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Not sure if this would be of interest, but it is a Bianchi and it is your size and it is not expensive. You can have everything except the wheels. They are toast and not worth packing up.

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