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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 5:05 pm 
Old School Hero

Joined: Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:45 am
Posts: 210
Good morning,

I have a couple of nice frame sets up for sale, both in great original condition & complete with headsets & bottom brackets, the Bianchi especially is in almost immaculate condition.

Both frames are available for pick-up from London N1 or I can post for £12 within the UK. Please PM for overseas shipping costs.

1) Pinarello Asolo (Early 1990s) - Stunning midnight blue / Chrome

Seat Tube: 57cm ctt
Top Tube: 56cm ctc
Rear dropout spacing: 130mm
Tubing: Columbus Cromor
Seatpost size: 27.2mm


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Lovely Pinarello Asolo from the early 1990s in excellent original condition. The colour is a nice, understated midnight blue with elegant full chrome stays, forks and tips. The frame is straight and true with absolutely do dents or dings. The paintwork is generally excellent as is the chrome. The decals have suffered a little as with most Pinarello frames, but this doesn't really detract from it's beauty.

SOLD - Complete with roller bearings headset & sealed bottom bracket.

2) Bianchi Rekord 920 - Celeste Green Finish (the jpegs have de-saturated slightly, will sort more accurate pics later)

Seat Tube: 60cm ctt
Top Tube: 58cm ctc
Rear dropout spacing: 130mm
Tubing: Columbus SL
Seatpost size: 27.2mm


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A very well preserved Bianchi Rekord built from what I assume must be Columbus SL tubing. Bianchi seemed to use Columbus tubing for their high-end Rekord frames and as the seatpost size measures 27.2mm I would say this is probaly Columbs SL and/or Columbus SP special tubing for Bianchi. There is no sticker on the frame to confirm this, but the weight of it suggests so. As you can see this frame is in mint condition, in a beautiul Bianchi green (it seems a tad lighter than the famous Celeste green - although that could just be my eyes). It has been built up but appears to have been barely ridden, any marks on the frame I think are from storage. The frame is quite exceptional, with beautiful Bianchi detail throughout and finished with chrome drive-side chainstay and Gipiemme dropouts with elegant engraving front & rear.

£270 - Complete with nice Gipiemme headset & Campag BB (need to check which model), but the BB needs new bearings/races.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 8:25 pm 
Dirt Disciple

Joined: Wed Nov 23, 2011 5:15 pm
Posts: 15
I'm assuming the Bianchi has long gone...

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