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1988 Panasonic PICS Titanium

Bike tags: Road bike | 1988 | panasonic | PICS | titanium
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PICS Titanium / 56cm / 1988

Nitto / Gran Compe

PICS Ti / Dura Ace

Campagnolo / Araya Tubular / Michelin Hi-Lite 700x20c

Campagnolo / Araya Tubular / Michelin Hi-Lite 700x20c

Shimano 600 Ultegra tri-color

Selle Italia Turbo Bio / SR

Look Competition / Shimano

Shimano 600 Ultegra tri-color

Shimano 600 Ultegra

Need to put it back on the scale and see what it weighs complete. The boat anchor Look Competition pedals won't help much though. ;-)

People who friended this bike parkman14, veggie, vqstaphbeard, 8Aaron8, moik, juicemankilla, per.k, Mtbfixed, campystamp, Smiley, bdawe, Splined, chefn8, Ravi1990

Probably Sumitomo...

Panasonic was dead serious about racing, i.e. the Team Europe and Team USA bikes a couple of years earlier, and the Panasonic National plant was producing the DX5000 and DX6000 about the same time, also the Centurion Ironman bikes, and later, the Schwinn PDG Paramounts... someone there had a thing for cycling, and these bike owners are the benefactors. Awesome Ti bike, and if you ever let it go....it's my size!

That's very cool! Love the

That's very cool! Love the paint job as well.

retro rocks

ATB That is a beautiful bicycle and old school as well,I love it.

Holy shite that's nice!

Holy shite that's nice! Never seen one of these before, wonder if it's a rebrand. Looks like the fork is also Ti? Damn what a score..

Fork

The entire bike appears to be Titanium including the fork. There have been some mentions of these being Sumitomo built but there are enough anomalies with this frame to make me question that. The Fuji Titanium from the same era for example is a dead ringer for the Sumitomo frame.

WOW! Sick!

WOW! Sick!



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