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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2011 7:36 pm 
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Not vintage but hoping someone can give me an idea of cost.

I've got a fairly low mileage Shimano DA 7800 groupset (R900 compact cranks) that I'm looking to sell. It includes braze-on front mech, rear mech, brakes, shift/brake levers, cassette and the R900 compact cranks. Looking for an idea in £. Thanks!


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Not familiar with Woodruff I am afraid :oops: 400 GBP through a classified kind of site?

even less familiar with modern kit :) sorry


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Elev12k wrote:
Not familiar with Woodruff I am afraid :oops: 400 GBP through a classified kind of site?

even less familiar with modern kit :) sorry


Probably a 'Woodrup', still in business in Leeds. I wonder when Sid rode it? Was he still riding as a pro '81 (or did he have his shop by then?) Perhaps it was his own personal training bike. As for value, if it's in good condition, I can't see the Sid Barras connection making much difference (especially if you're wanting to buy it :wink:). At a jumble it would probably go for around £250 if in good condition.

Is the seller in Yorkshire?


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Yes, defo a Woodrup... :oops: :oops:


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Yes seller is in Yorkshire... about 5 miles from where I live.


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Heres some pics of the Woodrup described above... Thoughts?

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:20 pm 
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Nice :)

The bike was ejoyed quite intensively, but it doesn't look bad. I do see some touch up on the seat stay, the rings show wear, there is rub on the crank and there is even some rust on the generally quite good Campag chrome. Pity of the levers. Nice HF hubs.

Probably Old Ned is more accurate with his valuation. What also counts is what the sellers intentions are: profit maximalisation through trying multiple chanels or that he prefers that it goes to a sincere enthousiast. Maybe it can even been had fo under 200?


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:27 pm 
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Hi
I am thinking about selling my Gazelle Track bike from 1978
It seems to me that this bike is quiet wanted
i would like a guide price for this awesome bike, if some one has an idea please let me know!
here is the link to the pictures
http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=160089


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:06 pm 
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If you want profit maximalization you take it in pieces and eBay everything seperately. If you sell frame overhere on Retrobike I think 250-275 GBP is fair, however I can imagine communities where there would be more a fight over your frame.

Btw the pedals are Super Record.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2011 10:09 pm 
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My partner helps to run a small charity and they've been given an 'older' road bike to sell.
I've no idea what they could sell it for - can anyone help?

It's a Canondale, model unknown,
3 series criterium Aluminium.
Shimano RX100 front & rear derailleur’s.
7 speed cassette - looks in good condition.
Shimano RX100 caliper brakes.
Alesa wheels with RX100 hubs.
plus a second rear wheel with casette, a Mavic MA40 on Shimano 105 hub.

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DSCF1883 by Johnny Panic's Photo Evidence, on Flickr


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