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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:07 pm 
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no idea how i'll post a picture - i would direct you to my gallery, there's a picture of me on Mt Ventoux on the bike in question, running as a triple for the mountain with 36 spoke wheels.
i'd be grateful for any valuation information/ideas you might offer


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:11 pm 
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Any idea as to the value of this?

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It's been restored 16 years ago and not,built up since.......it's a high end one, but I am not sure of the model.....it's Columbus, but not sure of what type.....

Ball park figure?


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2012 3:08 pm 
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Could I please get a valuation on these two?

De Rosa Primato 1995
Some paint peeling and some rust. Could really do with a respray. It came with a carbon fork when I purchased it having been used by a team in the US.

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Peugeot Dolomite 1987
Only slight chippings, full chorus, except for seat pst and pin. How much would full bike be, or just the frame. (Reynolds 531 Professional)

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Both are 54cm size. I ride a 57, bought these when I didn't have a clue and am trying to get something else now.


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 Post subject: derosa slx 58 cm
PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:28 am 
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does anyone know the value of this bike thanks


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:19 pm 
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I would say the frame is the thing and to me personally the parts do not add much value. What is nice SLX De Rosa frame worth? Than add 100-150 euro.


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Worth of a complete Nuovo Record V3. group? (i think, pat number on the back of rear mech. is PAT. 82) possible with prices for each component:

Brakes

Levers

Shift levers

Rear Derailleur

Front Derailleur

Headset

Cranks

Chain

Gran Sport Pedals

All in very good condition.


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 Post subject: Whats it worth post ?
PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 11:59 pm 
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Hi, I have owned this bike for a long time and i'm thinking of selling but don't know whats a good price to ask? its 7005 tubing with Capag Veloce Brakes, chainset and Gearing with a Campag Record Headset ITM stem and handlebars, Carbon forks. Rides really well, and no problems with it, a few chips to rear forks but not bad. Are COUGAR bikes any good etc, don't see any and don't know anything about them?



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:38 pm 
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Yes Cougars are good bikes. Only thing letting yours down aesthetically are the red rims (imo). Should still achieve something like £250'ish imho.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:44 pm 
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Kenwood wrote:
Could I please get a valuation on these two?

De Rosa Primato 1995
Some paint peeling and some rust. Could really do with a respray. It came with a carbon fork when I purchased it having been used by a team in the US.

Image

Peugeot Dolomite 1987
Only slight chippings, full chorus, except for seat pst and pin. How much would full bike be, or just the frame. (Reynolds 531 Professional)

Image

Both are 54cm size. I ride a 57, bought these when I didn't have a clue and am trying to get something else now.


Not sure about the DeRosa really. Very desirable frames but the tatty paint and carbon fork are obviously lowering the value. I could be way out here but if it were mine I'd push for £250 and just see how it goes.

Your pug does not have a full Chorus groupset, from what I can see the brake levers look to be Chorus the rest of the group is Triomphe or Victory (chainset is definately Triomphe so the rest is likely to be)

Just the frame about £130 - £150 (Professional is a great frame and quite rare plus Pugs seem quite popular) complete bike £250 - £350 depending who's looking.

HTH


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:47 pm 
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Actually you would probably be better of splitting the De Rosa frame from the Carbon fork. 1" carbon forks are sought after and you should get about £50 - £70 and I'd still push for £250 for the DeRosa and accept reasonable offers.


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