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BIANCHI 1987 Columbus SL reparto corse

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Columbus SL reparto corse / 57 / 1987

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I was wondering about the non-aero levers

...and the NR build kit. Then I saw the l'Eroica note, and it makes sense. Is this your normal running gear, or do you usually use a late-'80s gruppo?

Added to Bianchi di celeste cluster.

Hey, is the "Bianchi" panto on the seatstay caps in script? I've been trying to ID the model on my own late-'80s frameset, and I haven't seen many others with script pantos on the stay caps and eagle pantos on the fork crown.

except the wheelset this is

except the wheelset this is the original gear as built up by an older specialist in 87. i am the 1 1/2th owner of the bike and i ride the bike regularely.

panto

yes the panto it's in script & it is hard to define the frame finally.
the bike is originally custom built up, an 87 frameset with more economic older campa parts. could be a mondiale or specialissima. single framesets of the piaggio-bianchi era had no type-decal on the top tube. dropouts are campa, bottom bracket is in microfusion.
the 87 cataloque shows a very similar mondiale, but with gipiemme dropouts and entire c-record.

gorgeous bike!

L'eroica is definitely on my 'list'!!

a great example of what a classic bike should be!

beautiful! you are so lucky

beautiful! you are so lucky to have gone to l'eroica!



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