Done, removed two photos...
Not much of a story really...
It's been in the family since 1986, when my dad bought it second hand for 700,000 italian Lire (around 300 pounds of the time)... as new it was 2 million...
It's been resprayed in 2011, ahead of being registered in the Eroica repository of vintage bikes (only Sannino). Same red colour and same decals.
It's Columbus SL, or at least so I think, as Mauro Sannino told me he built most of his frames in SL (yes, he is my friend on Facebook!).
All the parts are SR, with a few pantographed bits (Chainring and seatpost are AB, which is Angelo Boeris), the stem is pantographed Sannino.
I have recently rebuilt the wheels using Ambrosio Nemesis tubulars, to put a bit of life back in the bike, as I still use it as best/fast bike... it climbs Box Hill in under 7 minutes.
It's done the Eroica three times, the Anjou Velo Vintage once and the Retroronde once.
It's also been up a few Italian cols and climbs.
I normally run Vittoria EVO CX because they are fast and lively, occasionally use 27 mm Pave for the kasseien