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1986 Pinarello Treviso

Old 01-01-22, 12:04 PM
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1986 Pinarello Treviso

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Would you happen to know the value of this vintage Pinarello? The seller (in a smaller northeast city) claims itís a 1986 Pinarello Treviso, with Ultegra components and HH Racing Group paint. The one picture listed is attached below. I read in another post that ďTrevisoĒ, which is the city in which Pinarellos were/are made, may not be the actual model name. Iíve requested additional pictures of labels and components. Thanks in advance for any info you may provide.
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If it is not the correct size, pass.
letís assume it is a good size, my guess 53 cm ctc for the seat tube. These bikes had shorter top tubes so consider that too, 54? Bring a tape measure.
not a terrific image. My hunch used for a time then lack of interest. Assume deferred maintenance is due.
assess your capabilities and tool access.
drive train, bottom bracket, headset, hubs in that order should be serviced. If you have to buy that out, reference cost first.

from there is really really depends on the market. SoCal is higher value. $500. Max.
the hubs look possible lower tier.

my guess itís not Ultegra but 600, the predecessor name. If it is index - run it through the gears.

the shoes are not especially exciting, the pedals functional, the pair on the bike might be SPD type on one side. At Least it Has pedals!
bring a pump to inflate the tires for a test ride.

good Luck
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A serial number might be helpful. I'm sure someone here can help decipher the particulars. Pinarellos in good condition can go for 1K and up in certain markets based on condition obviously. That one appears in decent shape. Details matter, so before I got too interested I'd want to see some close-ups.
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Originally Posted by TugaDude View Post
A serial number might be helpful. I'm sure someone here can help decipher the particulars. Pinarellos in good condition can go for 1K and up in certain markets based on condition obviously. That one appears in decent shape. Details matter, so before I got too interested I'd want to see some close-ups.
$1k for me would be Full Campagnolo or Shimano 7400.
at least that is what I anticipate mine selling for, 1,100 if I am lucky as it has pantograpghed bits
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Thanks, Everyone.
The seller updated the Facebook listing to ďSoldĒ within 45 minutes of listing it. He said heíll come back to me if the deal falls through. If so, Iíll let you know what I find out.
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
If it is not the correct size, pass.
letís assume it is a good size, my guess 53 cm ctc for the seat tube. These bikes had shorter top tubes so consider that too, 54? Bring a tape measure.
not a terrific image. My hunch used for a time then lack of interest. Assume deferred maintenance is due.
assess your capabilities and tool access.
drive train, bottom bracket, headset, hubs in that order should be serviced. If you have to buy that out, reference cost first.

from there is really really depends on the market. SoCal is higher value. $500. Max.
the hubs look possible lower tier.

my guess itís not Ultegra but 600, the predecessor name. If it is index - run it through the gears.

the shoes are not especially exciting, the pedals functional, the pair on the bike might be SPD type on one side. At Least it Has pedals!
bring a pump to inflate the tires for a test ride.

good Luck
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Interesting, the rear triangle seems to have more chrome than what I remember on Trevisos.
You might want to check if it is really a Treviso. It could be a higher model if the amount of exposed chrome is original.
The present owner might have also just removed the paint on the rear stays to reveal the chrome under it.
I also don't remember Trevisos having internal top tube rear brake cables routing. That what was used on the higher model Montello.
I zoomed into the pic at the bottom bracket and it looks like the reinforcing triangular gusset that was unique to the Montello might be present! So, it really could be a Montello.
The decal work seems to have be redone with aftermarket replacement transfers, as they do not show any flaking off, which is typical on pretty much all of the Pinarellos from the 80's.....
Not really a bad thing, unless you want your Pinarello looking all flakey.....

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