The Guerciotti was taken down to the frame, but I would still consider this a very conservative "restoration" as the bike was in exceptional shape when acquired. Just extremely dirty with rotted tires and cracked cables. At the time I was still able to put on a set of tires/tubes and complete a delightful 20 mile ride without issue before tearing it down. No chemical degreasers were used and the lustre was restored to the aluminum components and stainless parts by hand... one piece at a time. This Guerciotti was manufactured when the frames were being painted by Ten Speed Imports and the finish is known simply as Dupont Imron Yellow. I prefer not to mess with the original finish of any bike when there are only little nicks and chips in the paint, and as such the same goes for the Guerciotti. I can live with it. There are some unfortunate blemishes from a dysfunctional family life of the original owner moving the bike from storage unit to storage unit, but all and all it has a really excellent finish. Full Campagnolo groupo.
• Frame... Columbus Tubing, Tubi Rinforzati Garantiti, Acciaio Speciale
• Size... Bottom bracket stamped 54M. See image with actual dimensions
• Campagnolo Victory Groupo (All components pantographed)
• Crankset (42x52) 170mm crank arms
• Cinelli Bars (64-40) Giro D'Italia, Cinelli Stem (1A), Cinelli Cork Tape
• Reginia Extra BX 6-speed freewheel (13x23) with Regina Oro gold link chain
• Avocet O2 Air 40R saddle (mounted)
• 1985 Avocet Racing W II (womens)(option)
• 1985 Avocet Touring I (option)
• New stainless braided brake cable housing, new cables
• New tubes and 700x25 Vittoria Zafirro Pro tires
• Mavic MA40 vintage "red label" 700c rims (36 hole)
Asking... $1750. Make an offer and I'd be glad to work with you on relocating the bike as well.