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    Question Yet another Pinarello ID thread

    Hello and welcome, I'm currently in the market for a bike I could use for triathlon and I've found this Pinarello on the local auction site. Having read multiple threads on this forum I approach the issue of buying Pinarello with care and attention as it seems that there are a lot of fakes out there in the wild waiting for "bargain" hunters. Unfortunately, the distance between myself and the bike makes it impossible to see it prior to the purchase. I have gone through many catalogues and yet found no similar frame/specs to the one I'm bidding for.
    I would really appreciate your help with determining what model is being advertised here and whether it is a genuine italian product.

    Pics can be found here: Pinarello - Imgur

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    That's a fairly standard Pinarello from about ten years ago, when aluminum main triangles and carbon stays were popular.

    It looks mint, even NOS. With more modern aero wheels it would be a fine TT or Tri bike.

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    Thanks for your contribution, I will try to investigate 2000s catalogues

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    2005, 2006 maybe?

    The logos look a bit more modern and larger on that link than what they used to look like for that time so that is what makes me question it a little bit. It might just be the angle of the pic, though.

    Here's a sample of a Pina from 2004-2005: www.cyclingnews.com - the world centre of cycling

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