Perfect Bianchi, pretty much

At least in our book. Let’s see—Celeste, chrome lugs, internal cable routing, race number and braze-on (?). Nice!


Vintage road bike frameset (frame/fork) from Bianchi (Italy), type “Specialissima”.

Made in about 1981 (?).

Campagnolo dropouts.

Frame number “7.81 700” on seat lug plus “1000” ob bb-shell.

Several unusual details could speak for an ex-pro-team frame (?).

Professional repaint in Bianchi celeste (mint green).

Should be equipped with Campagnolo Super Record group.

Professional repaint in correct celeste.
Original chrome on front lugs, rechrome on front fork.
Frame was professional stripped before paintjob
and showed up healthy and without any structural problems.

Very good technic:
Frame and fork are straight and strong.
No dents. No rust problems.

Professional 2015 repaint (Switzerland) in Bianchi celeste.
Dark blue accents.
No hurts or damages.

Frame details:
Gates for hidden brake cables in top tube (unusual).
Braze ons for two bottle carriers (unusual).
Front lugs original chromed (unusual).
“1000” stamp in bottom bracket shell.

Reproduction decal set of highest quality, close to original set (like waterslides).

Original chrome on front lugs show few signs of age and use
and is still shiny and it will match to the repaint.
Only on the bottom size of the front lugs are little rust scarred from use and age.
Front fork crown rechromed in Switzerland.

Medium-to-Large sized with 57.5cm seat-tube from center to center.
Seat tube (c-c) 57.5cm (c-t 59cm), top tube (c-c) 58cm,
rear width 124mm will take 7-speed gear.
Seat tube will take 27.2mm seat post.
Bottom bracket shell with 70mm width.
All italian threadings (fresh overcuts).
Frame/fork 2800gr.


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