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 Post subject: Bianchi Krono from 1988
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:27 pm 
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Location: Vienna
Hello Everybody,

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i want to sell my Bianchi Beauty and want to ask what i might get for this bicycle.

Its Frame Size 55 and in very good condition, the paintjob is still shiny

Brakes Shimano 105
Gearshift Shimano 600

Frontwheel Miche Hub with Ambrosio Rim
Rearwheel F.Moser Disc with Gipiemme Road/Track Hub

Its very unique couse there is a spelling mistake embossing at the Fork,

The bar, stem, bar tape and pedal straps are original.

Except the wheels it must be in original Condition.

So i need your assessment what is it worth?

Thank you

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:28 am 
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Hibbs wrote:
Hi All,

I am returning to cycling and have got my old Brian Rourke TT frame from storage. I had intended to build it up but I'm starting to wonder whether to, or sell it and buy a modern TT frame. How much do you think this would be worth?

It's Reynolds 731os tubing, used for one season in 1995 before being put in storage. The paintwork is ok but there are a few scrapes, and there is a slight dent on the top tube where the bars swung round and hit it once. I never had any trouble with this at all though.

Any advice would be gratefully received.

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I never got round to building this up and will now be selling it, if anyone wants to make me an offer :wink:


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:09 pm 
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Location: Essex
Kirk Precision road frame, missing rear hanger I think? and It has at some point been resprayed...badly...


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 Post subject: Dura-ace 7200 rear mech
PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2012 2:39 am 
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Hi All

I have recently come into possesion of a Dura-ace 7200 rear mech, although not perfect as you would expect for a used mech of this age it is in pretty good nick. It has the original jockey wheels but these could easily be used as 'shuriken' as they are extremely worn. The adjuster and the open gate chain removal system are both jammed at the moment also but may be salvagable with patience and a good soaking.

Just wondering how much these things make these days please :?:

As normal the flash makes the pictures look worse than real life :(

And yes it will be for sale on here soon :lol:

Many thanks

Mark :D


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:59 am 
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Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:16 pm
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Location: Warwickshire, England
Hibbs wrote:
Hibbs wrote:
Hi All,

I am returning to cycling and have got my old Brian Rourke TT frame from storage. I had intended to build it up but I'm starting to wonder whether to, or sell it and buy a modern TT frame. How much do you think this would be worth?

It's Reynolds 731os tubing, used for one season in 1995 before being put in storage. The paintwork is ok but there are a few scrapes, and there is a slight dent on the top tube where the bars swung round and hit it once. I never had any trouble with this at all though.

Any advice would be gratefully received.

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I never got round to building this up and will now be selling it, if anyone wants to make me an offer :wink:


this is a huge guess, i honestly have no idea, but to me whats in the photo, 200 would be a nice price


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:31 pm 
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Location: Montreal, QC
I have a Swinnerton frame with the original Power forks.

The bike is made from Columbus Max tubing and, according to Swinnerton, the bike was built for John Herety, former UK road race rider, Tour De France rider and current Rapha-Condor-Sharp Team Manager.

I contacted Swinnerton on Facebook and this was his reply...

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Hi Ian, this frame was one of the 1st frames to be built in the UK with Columbus Max tubing & power forks. The whole back end was chromed then painted over; this particular frame was built for John Herety, former UK road race rider, Tour De France rider and current Rapha-Condor-Sharp Team Manager. It was originally built using Campagnolo Record Through out and was used in our shop Catalog. This was one of 3 frames that were produced in this design.


I am including the original C-Record down-tube shifters, C-Record rear derailleur and C-Record front derailleur.

So, what can I expect to get for the frame, fork and the other components? What price should I start with?

There is one dent on the top tube, but it isn't that big and not a concern with the integrity of the frame.

Thanks for the info,
Ian

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 10:02 am 
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I do like that, got a nice side veiw of it?


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:22 pm 
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Never Stop wrote:
I do like that, got a nice side veiw of it?


I took this picture when I first got the bike. It's the only one I have, but I will take a couple later.

Ian

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 10:46 pm 
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Sure is interesting, Don't really have a clue of what its worth

But i'm interested in buying it, what size is it?

also, is it steel or aluminium?


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2012 2:35 am 
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Never Stop wrote:
Sure is interesting, Don't really have a clue of what its worth

But i'm interested in buying it, what size is it?

also, is it steel or aluminium?


If I had to guess (I never measured it) I would say it's a 52cm and it's all steel steel, Columbus Max, the best tubing out there.

Make an offer.

Ian


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