Pinarello Prince from 1999

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schs
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by schs

That's the christmas present I made to myself... Near perfect fit for me, maybe I will remove one spacer.
More pictures here: http://vive-le-velo.blogspot.ch/2013/01 ... gnolo.html

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SWijland
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Very nice build. Really like the early Prince frames. I tried to get my hands on A Deda U2 one mysellf, but without luck. Those amazijg wheels do deserve some fancier rubber!

Montana
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by Montana

Very nice!

santosjep
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by santosjep

Nice find! Love the bikes from the golden days of aluminum. Brings me back..:)

Geoff
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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice. I love my Pinarello Prince.

@santosjep, Aluminium takes you back?! I started on 5-speed freewheels and steel... :beerchug:

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kgt
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by kgt

A classic !

schs
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by schs

SWijland wrote:Very nice build. Really like the early Prince frames. I tried to get my hands on A Deda U2 one mysellf, but without luck. Those amazijg wheels do deserve some fancier rubber!

Ah yes, other tires are on the list for an update of this bike. One thing for sure: they should not be yellow :D

Thanks for all the positive responses!

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morrison
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by morrison

Very nice bike! I love classic bikes; they got some quality look to them :thumbup:

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