This frame has some interesting history. Marinoni started up his shop in 1975, so this frame would have been among the first 10-12 pista frames that he made under his own badge. The frame's first owner was an employee of Marinoni at the time and was responsible for most of the lug detail work incl. pantographs. He custom engraved and drilled the crank arms, including the fairly ballsy move of etching a fleur-de-lis over the Campy badge... Very Quebec.
The frame was in decent condition but had some rust on the bb shell and around the head tube. Marinoni himself was involved in the restoration of the bike including the paint. I am extremely honored that he took part. The color is called 'eclipse'. The bike is in honor of Marinoni's 30+ years in the business.