This is my 1984 7400 SL, purchased from the original owner in 1997 for $300 US. He bought it new in '85 for $900 US.
Campagnolo Chorus group.
STOCK PARTS CHANGED
Cinelli drop bars replace with straight alloy bars.
Campy road brake levers also swapped (the gumhoods were rotten and tossed).
Strap-type Campy platform pedals exchanged for SPD compatible units (one steel toe clip is missing).
-->All these removed parts are stored safely away for a future full restore if I desire to do so with it..
The original front wheel was "taco'd" by the first owner, who replaced both with a new Campagnola set featuring Record hubs and black Mavic MA40 rims. The original Chorus wheels are long-gone.
NEW PAINT JOB
The paint was badly scratched and chipped (Guerciotti's seem to have very brittle paint), so I sanded most off and repainted it gloss orange. I left some of the original pearl-orange paint and "Guerciotti"decals on the head tube, seat tube and down tube, framing them with black, red and white reflector safety tape for a nicer look AND better visibility at night.
This is my main ride in the Summer months, and I get compliments on it from strangers on the street. I've been asked many times, but I'll never sell my "Italian Stallion".