Bottecchia Sprinter 1990!!!

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RoadManiac
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by RoadManiac

My new, but this time oldtaimer.
I myself have always wanted to have and drive one more old classic bike, now I have come across a good bike Bottecchia Sprinter year 1990, which of course I immediately bought. :P
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micky
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by micky

Some closer pics to the groupset please!
Stunning bike!

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by CBJ

Nice find.

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range
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Nice vintage bike!
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Tinea Pedis
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What saddle is that?

The condition of the bike is outstanding. More behind how you found this beauty please!

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by majklnajt

A beauty ... :smartass: :thumbup:

Lepi bicikl maš, Zajebanko ;)
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by Juanmoretime

You are one lucky man. You found what I continue to look for to ride around on a nice day. A Sunday bike. Downtube shifters still excite me. Great find! :thumbup:
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

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RoadManiac
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by RoadManiac

micky wrote:Some closer pics to the groupset please!

Larger image of the group for you Micky and the other also. :wink:
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And the original stem 9cm.
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Juanmoretime wrote:You are one lucky man. You found what I continue to look for to ride around on a nice day. A Sunday bike. Downtube shifters still excite me. Great find! :thumbup:

Juanmoretime,I had really good luck with this bike.I do not understand that someone is selling something so beautiful.
But the good done for me. :P

Tinea Pedis wrote:What saddle is that?

Selle Italia Carrera.
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micky
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by micky

Great!
Thanks a lot!

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by makoy

beautiful

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by JKolmo

Awesome!!

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Kastrup
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by Kastrup

Really great looking! Love the colors!
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Timo
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by Timo

Great find, by the look of the rims it seems it has not been used at all. I suppose this the only way to get people excited about a Shimano 105 equipped bike in this forum :wink:
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dwn2sk8
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by dwn2sk8

Beautiful! My buddy used to have the same bike, but no where in that nice of shape.

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