Re: [CR] 2-speed Pinarello


From: "Roman Stankus" <rstankus@mindspring.com>
To: 'George Allen' <jgallen@lexairinc.com>, 'classicrendezvous' <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 21:26:23 -0500
In-Reply-To: <4B6B44D4.9090204@lexairinc.com>
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Subject: Re: [CR] 2-speed Pinarello


What is it about that frame that looks like a Pinarello?

Graphics (DT) don't look right? No head tube badge. No pics of any of the signature Pinarello details from the period.

Guy says he bought it 3 years ago NOS and states it's a '77 - how is that definitive?

I have a mid - 70's Pinarello and am always on the lookout for early models - you just don't see them very often. Would love to see others from that time period that we know are authentic - this one I have my doubts about based on what I know - but I would love to know if this could really be the real thing. Apparently this bike is local to me - maybe I can get some more pics of the lugs/crown/stay caps etc.

Roman L Stankus Atlanta, Georgia USA
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> Subject: [CR] 2-speed Pinarello
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> I guess the frame is on-topic. That's a high-dollar
> derailleur to shift
> 2 gears.
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