Tuesday, September 21, 2010

A Very Special Pinarello

Currently on ebay is a very special Pinarello equipped with ICS modified components. ICS (Italcicli Cycle Systems) was a Zurich, Swiss, based company that made highly refined modifications and customizations to Campagnolo equipment. The company was founded by Mr. Artemio Granzotto. The company closed in 2001.

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Seller's description:

Pinarello with ICS Golden 18 K Campagnolo Group

Pinarello with ICS 18 Campagnolo Golden Parts

1984 Group modified and Plated with Real 15 K (5 micron) gold plated finish

tube :Columbus

Size Seattube: 52.5 cm c/c

Topt tube :53.5 cm c/c

with Complete Campagnolo Super record Tunend ICS Golden Group

Campagnolo Super Record Crankset 170 mm

Chainring 53/42 ICS Tuned

Campagnolo Super Recors Pedals with golden ALE Toe Clips with Alfredo Binda Straps

Campagnolo Bottom Bracket

Campagnolo Super Record Brakes and Levers ICS golden

Super Record Control Lever Pinarello pantographed

Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record ICS 3D System

Front Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record included ICS Chain Guide Device

Campagnolo Super record Hubs 36 hole front

Campagnolo Super Recors Hubs 36 hole Rear

with blue Mavic SSC Rims and Wolber Tubular

Cinelli Golden Stem 105 mm

with Cinelli 64 - 40 Bar and Leather Tape

Campagnolo Super Recors Headset

Campagnolo Super Record Seatpost 27.2 mm golden

with Selle Italia mod. Faust Coppi Saddle limited (Nr:3373)

the Bicycle its used in original very good Condition

the decals are not more good ( a new Set Decals its included)

the Campagnolo Hoods are not more fine

by the cinelli stem lost one Cinelli button

and by the Selle Italia saddle its a golden application broken

the bicycle its uncleanded

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