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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:18 pm 
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Montello wrote:
Sorry, just spotted this sticky ...

Hi,

New here ... just got my hands on a Pinerello Montello.

It's a bit tatty but all looks OK; a few pictures here:

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All the components are campag and have a C50 mark so I assume they are 50th anniversary edition.

Questions; are these components Super Record?

Also... any idea what the bike is worth?


Can't see the pics could you post a direct link to them?


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 Post subject: Re: Bob Jackson bike
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:33 pm 
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negaultra7 wrote:
Bob Jackson bike, does anyone have any idea on the value of this Bob Jackson bike?

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Thanks for your help
Neil

PS, It is for sale if anybody is interested


Thats quite a difficult one as lo-pro's are a bit of an odd ball, although can be quite sought after you just need to find the right buyer.

Unfortunately it has vertical dropouts so no good for fixie hipsters to convert.

Hmm...I reckon as it stands you should get circa £200 (considering how grubby it is and needs tidying). Sorted and cleaned maybe £300 - £350 if you can find the right buyer.

Campag brakes are low end (Avanti, Mirage or something) some 600's would be nice to complete the groupset.

My advice to you would be to de-clutter, clean, remove pedals, swap saddle and seatpost if you have something. Then start the price high and drop accordingly. BJ's are quite desirable so it may sell easily for more than I'm suggesting.

Hope that helps.


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Hi Tel
Thanks for the price, its a friends bike ill pass the info onto him
cheers
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How much would you ask for this 1995 Koga Miyata GentsRacer in a really nice condition (Shimano 105 grupo, new chain, tires,bar tape etc)?:

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[I'm asking £270 at the moment]


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At first I thought £270 was cheap, as I'd ask for £300 + postage but then I notice the odd wheels (rims), dodgy saddle and seatpost and extra long stem and think that your asking price is probably about right.

There is a fella looking for a Koga in the wanted ads, passed by two of mine....looks to be about his size too.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:48 pm 
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Tel wrote:
At first I thought £270 was cheap, as I'd ask for £300 + postage but then I notice the odd wheels (rims), dodgy saddle and seatpost and extra long stem and think that your asking price is probably about right.

There is a fella looking for a Koga in the wanted ads, passed by two of mine....looks to be about his size too.


The saddle is actually near mint. Tought about changing the stem to a shorter black 3ttt, but I already wrapped the new bar tape.. Might still to do it tough.


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Hi everyone,

Any ideas on the value of this mid-nineties Bianchi Reparto Corse?

54cm frame, Genius tubing and fork, Campagnolo Record shifters, deraillieurs, brakes (dual pivot) and seatpost., brand new SRAM chain and cassette - I put them on so I could ride it, but the seatpost is short, so it's just too small for me, which is a shame as it's lovely.

A few spots of corrosion on the chrome, but nothing serious.

I'm thinking of asking around £450 without the wheels

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 Post subject: Groene Leeuw
PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:34 am 
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Hello,

I am planning to thin out my collection a bit to finance some projects and
make some room.

One of the bikes I am (reluctantly) planning to sell is this Groene Leeuw
from the 1970s. I bought it as an impulse buy about a year ago, but
it is really far too small for me, and will therefore not get ridden.

Groene Leeuw is a legendary Belgian manufacturer, many famous riders
rode their bikes at some point, and the team was successful, particularly in
one day classic races like RVV and Paris-Roubaix.

It has a 53cm seat tube.

The spec is top end for the time: full 531 tubes, campagnolo NR drive train, brakes, and high flange hubs. Ambrosio rims and tubulars. 3TTT seatpost and bars. VI Lux saddle. Just needs bar tape and lever hoods.

There are a few very small scratches to the paint, but these could be put up with or quite easily touched up.

I was thinking of asking around €450 (about £370) for this. It is a small size but in very good condition and a rare bike from a historic maker. Is this realistic?

I suppose I could make more by breaking up, but I absolutely do not want to
do that, nor do I want to sell to someone who would do so.

Thanks for looking and for comments.

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 Post subject: paganini columbus frame
PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:15 pm 
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Hi everyone, i've been lurking for far too long and now i decided to register . This is my first post, so if i say or post anything out of bounds i apologise in advance.
So, anyhow, i was wondering if someone can valuate this bike, (it is not the actual bike on the picture , but the bike is identical).
I might be able to get my hands on it for 150 EUR (120 GBP), is it worth it?
Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 8:58 am 
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Hello,

€150 seems like a reasonable price for that bike. It is a Paganini with what
looks like a Shimano Sante group on it. Sante was an unusual variation on Shimano 600/Ultegra, quite nice to look at and apparently well made.
The frame seems to have Columbus tubes (from the sticker on the fork).
Might be worth trying to find out which type - Aelle is the basic stuff, SLX and so on are higher end.
The top end Paganinis were covered in pantographs - I have one with about 12 different ones, on fork crown, BB, seat stays, head tube, head lugs etc. Lower end ones were plainer.
But in short assuming it's in good condition, it's a nice bike for a decent price.

Good luck,

Johnny


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