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When did Pinarello stop making traditional framed bikes?

Old 07-12-19, 06:30 PM
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When did Pinarello stop making traditional framed bikes?

I have a Pinarello, quite old, but I don't know when it was made. My friend said it was one of the last of that type. It has the stright tubes in a trianble shape, like road bikes did in the 1900s. I don't know if Pinarello continued to make that style into the 2000s.

I've lost the bike in a fire. The frame is warped and everything else melted. I need to tell the insurance company how old it is. If I can figure out when they quite making these, and can believe my friend who I bought it from, then I can guestimate the age.

Thanks for any help!

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If you post some decent (pre-fire) photos of it someone should be able to help.
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Old 07-12-19, 07:44 PM
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There is a website dedicated to steel Pinnies if you care to search for it.

Last time I checked there were also some NOS steel frames floating around the webz if you are looking for replacement value.
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I'm sorry for your loss.

I recommend not listing a burned, melted bike. Rather, I recommend listing each part separately. After all, that's how you're going to have to buy the pieces to recreate the bike. You can get the values of each part from ebay sales.
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