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Please help to identify Bianchi model

Old 07-17-16, 01:40 PM
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Please help to identify Bianchi model

I am 25, totally new to the game, but hyper fascinated about classic bikes.

Suggestions/tips for restoration and supplies are highly appreciated!
All details one the bike are original, as far as I know.

I'd like to make it look brand new, no matter the cost

Photos are in the links, and I have the original wheels for it as well(not displayed).

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Thank you guys for your time, I really appreciate your help!
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Welcome to the forums. The Calibrati 1-20 decal indicates a hi-tensile frame manufactured in Italy. This tubeset was used on entry level models. The presence of the 1973-1974 Campione del Mondo decal celebrates Gimondi's's victory at Barcelona and was applied starting in late 1973, so it is almost certainly no older than a 1974 model. That style of Bianchi logo continued in use until the very early 1980s, at least in North America. If I had to narrow it down within that range, I would say very late 1970s based on the on the presence of bottle and shift lever braze-ons and the best candidate, pending further info, would be one of the Rekord variants. The serial number and a good photo, taken from the drive side may provide more clues. It would also be helpful to know the location of the bicycle, as Bianchi specs could vary substantially, depending on the market.
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