1984 Bianchi Alloro

After rummaging through the internets and old catalogs I've determined that the Bianchi I recently acquired is an 1984 Alloro.  It's one of the roughest bikes I've worked on.  It was repainted some time ago with a heavy enamel coat. It is cracking and gives it some character but the eye catching details are the elaborate pin-stripes. They are very well done and give it a 60's hotrod look. I plan to rebuild it with mostly original components (some are missing) and lift the grime out of the paint to make those stripes pop. This bike is  a bit small for me but will make a great "buddy bike" for any of my visiting friends or family that are shorter than myself. You can see how it turned out here in Part II.

Specs (acquired with):
Year - 1984
Make - Bianchi
Model - Alloro
Dropouts - Bianchi
Fork - Bianchi
Crank - 170 Strada 9/16X20F
Chain Rings - 52 X 42
Bottom Bracket - Strong Light 70mm Marsue Deposee
Pedals - Miche
Shift Levers - Down Tube Campagnolo
Front DR - Campagnolo Record
Rear DR - Missing (assume it was also Campagnolo Record)
Brake Levers - Modolo
Brake Calipers - Modolo Sporting
Quill Stem - 3ttt
Handle Bars - MOD Grand Prix
Headset - Ofmega
Saddle - Cheap vinyl replacement
Seatpost - Stuck (wrapped in inner-tube and hammered into the seat tube...WHY?!)
Rims - Weinnman 27"x1"
Hubs - Shimano
Tires - Duro 630/25