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Identifying my Bianchi

Old 10-17-11, 06:56 PM
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Identifying my Bianchi

Hey everyone. I've been lurking around here for a quite a while and don't usually post much but I figured I'd give this a shot. For a long while now I've been wondering what model or year my Bianchi is. It's too small for me so unfortunately it's not very comfortable, but I'm thinking of passing it on to one of my sisters.

Here's what I know about it. It has Shimano 600 all around somewhat consistently. 3T Stem and drop bars. Campagnolo Hubs with Torelli Master rims?
Anyway, here are the pictures!











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Old 10-18-11, 02:05 PM
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thought I would give this a little bump up on the list
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Old 10-22-11, 07:11 PM
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Well I will jump in here as nowhere else has. Wonder where Bianchigirll is?

First what does the Columbus sticker on the frame tube say? Also, can you get a better side view pic of the fork?

I can tell this is an 80's bike. The color could be Metallic Celeste, hard tell for sure. Are the decals blue or green? Is the bike it self bluish or greenish.

I know that the wheels are latter additions or rebuilds and all of the components could have been replace later as well.

If this is a greenish bike and the Columbus stickers are SLl then it could be a Mondial:

http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/Bianchi-86/2.jpg

That bike is all Campy which leads me to believe the campy parts were switched out to get indexed shifting. Nice bike if it is a Mondial; too bad it doesn't fit you or me.
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