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ID my Pinarello?

Hi all. Sorry to reactivate this thread, but a similar query here. I picked up this Pinarello frame recently, and it would be good to identify. The seller did not have accurate info on either the frame or components.


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The bike has been well used, and unfortunately seems most of the higher grade components have been swapped out with cheaper Campag/Shimano mix sometime in the 90s.


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Key identifiers I see (but I am noooo expert):





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- chainstay bridge - hence not Montello


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I think it's a mid 80's Treviso wanting to be a Montello.

The chain stay bridge, clamp on FD and seat clamp suggest Treviso. The chrome rear triangle and internal brake cable routing is usually reserved for Montellos, but not exclusive.

The serial number Z291 is a bit of an odd ball, it's a bit like the pre-1984 format, but most of the frame details suggest post-1984. But Pinarello serial numbers are famously unhelpful.

Mid 80's details: single bottle cage mount, no pump peg, Campagnolo stamped on the dropouts, socket fork crown, riveted badge, generic Columbus decal.

I'd say a 1984 Treviso.

Edit: to further back up my estimate of 1984, there is an absence of the campione decal between the DT shifters:



Plus the vincitrice decal doesn't have any dates on yours, usually it has 1981 on it to distinguish it from the aforementioned campione decal.

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