Having a sort out and reducing my collection. I have for sale a large steel Pinarello frame and forks. Columbus SL, with Campagnolo dropouts and original Pinarello chrome fork.
Seat tube 61cm (ct), (or 59.5 cc)
Top tube 58cm
head tube c19.2cm
I bought a stripped Pinarello frame with chrome forks, last Autumn.
I sent it off to be powder coated (red). I then masked off and sprayed a white panel to the seat and down tube, myself. To be honest, not the neatest paint job. It looks fine from 5 feet away, but lack of precision becomes clearer on closer inspection (edges not crisp, some bumps and slight discolouration in the paint). I've applied Pinarello decals, which have been clear-coated over. The head badge decal has smudged slightly, when I applied the clear coat over it.
Lovely, classic frame and forks. The frame is in good condition, freshly powder-coated, but the detailing, which I applied, is not perfect. Its always difficult to do justice to the condition, but I don't wish to 'over-sell' the frame and someone be disappointed. Includes Chorus bottom bracket and threaded head set.
Pics here -
http://s1129.photobucket.com/albums/m51 ... d%20forks/
From my research of old Pinarello catalogues it seems to be a Treviso, with its chromed DS chain stay and forks.
Great frame and forks for £150 posted in UK, or make me an offer...
Any further info/ questions/ pics needed, fire away.