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Pinarello Super Record Special 1981 / 1982 panto.

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Columbus SL with Campa. dropouts - precisely on a frame of this kind Giovanni Battaglin won the Vuelta and the Giro in 1981!

H.Bar: Cinelli Champione Del Mondo, Stem: Cinelli 1R Pinarello Panto, Brake Levers: Campa. Super Record

Frame matching (Serial No. stamped) Columbus fork, Pinarello signe on shoulders and Campa. dropouts, Headset: Campa.SR

hub: low flange Campa. S.R. 36 (100mm), rim: Mavic G40, brake: Gipiemme Crono Sprint

hub: low flange Campa. S.R. 36 (126mm), rim:Mavic G40, brake: Gipiemme Crono Sprint

Crankset: black Super Record 170mm, Chainring: Campa. Pinarello Panto. Bottom Bracket: Super Record

Saddle: Selle Italia Super Turbo, Seat Post: Super Record Pinarello Panto. (27,2mm) 2nd gen.

Pedals: Gipiemme Super Sprint´with Ale toe clips, Chain: Regina CX-S

Front: 52 & 42, Rear: - Sachs 6-speed (13-14-15-17-18-19); .

Front Derailleur:
Campa. Record 4-hole Cage

Rear Derailleur:
Campa. Super Record 2nd gen.

Campa. Record Pinarello Panto

Brake Levers:
black Campa. Super Record

Front & Rear Brake:
Campa. Record

I really appreciate this bike! It is one of the best especially suited for long distance rides I have ever ridden. Very direct handling, responsive when sprinting.
The classic Pinarello geometry is special. Pinarello used to build a little bit shorter (1cm) top tubes.
A 58 centre – centre height (seat-tube) is matched with a centre – centre 57 length (top-tube).

The bike is restored. New paint in RAL midnight blue (original colour option in 1981), decals bought on eBay
from gts753 / Cyclomondo, fork is rechromed. All parts bought in used condition...

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Nice Pinarello


Thats a very nice Pinarello you have. And you make very good pictures from the bikes. I enjoy watching all details.

just wow!

this is the raddest - levers, calipers and cranks are so sick. you ride this thing a lot?

very awesome work.

to be honest it possible to intensify "raddest"?

Just mounted a pair of black Super Record brakes with drilling (compare with my Colnago Super where these brakes are mounted in silver) and substituted the silver stem with a black version of a Cinelli 1R with Pinarello panto and the silver seatpost with a black 1st Gen Super Record. New pictures will follow...


I have to say this is a fine

I have to say this is a fine fine example. Thanks for sharing!

Beautiful bike all around.

Beautiful bike all around. That black Campy crankset is outstanding.


Hats off for your work on this one. Stunningly good looks!

That second picture

is awesome! Magnificent..

that 2nd picture is now the 3rd...

Zephyrus - ...may the lucky wind be with you!

1981 Pin'

Wow. Outstanding bike, and a great job collecting the parts.
I'm sure your '85 will be just as fine. Thanks for all your help with mine, too. Kind regards.

gorgeous bike nice work,

gorgeous bike, nice work. were you the one who had it restored? brilliant taste - that bike is sexy, I bet it's a dream to ride.

restored by...

The paint and the chroming of the fork were done by professionals.
Collecting the parts, polishing, outlining, painting panto-parts, placing decals and finally building are self-made.


Fine Italian

Craftsmanship at its best, good to see a gorgeous bike like this still going strong.

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