Here is Eileen’s Centurion Accordo. Eileen listed this as 1982 model, but judging from the components and color scheme I would think it’s a mid to late 80s model.
I got this bike from someone who was clearing out their mother’s estate. His mother had competed in triathalons or the Seattle to Portland Race with this bike, but had not used it much as all. It was stored in a bike bag for over fifteen years. A couple of other people were interested in the bike, but they wanted me to have it since they felt it’s what their mom would have wanted. Who knows if that’s true or just a good story! Anyway it’s in super clean shape except for a ding on the top tube. It rides really sweet. I’ve only had to adjust the shifters and it’s good to go. I thought it would be a great bike since I’d read how good the centurion frames were. It’s super light to carry up the stairs too. Love it! It shifts like a dream compared to my other bike – a hybrid schwinn crisscross. I did add a bell so I don’t startle people and I switched out the plastic pedals with toe clips for wellgo pedals that are normal on one side and spd clipless on the other.