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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:51 am 
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I'm always tempted by bikes like this! the frame set has a lot of potential; nice Nervex decorative lugs and wrapover seat stays.
Obvious poorly repainted so what lies beneath? has the rear mech hanger been broken at some stage and an external hanger fitted or was it a single speed?
I'd like to think someone would pay 100 quid for it then spend 3 times that on a decent paint job, a nice group set and a Brooks Smile

I could say exactly the same... It looks like it had headbadge removed. Nervex pro lugs, wrapover seat stays, fork crown details... it asks for proper paint job and detailing. "Rib" on the headtube lug has been partially removed by the builder. But It seems that it has the top tube bended a little.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:11 pm 
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predki wrote:
"Rib" on the headtube lug has been partially removed by the builder. But It seems that it has the top tube bended a little.


Yes I see that, a slight rise towards the front, and down tube also , very slight? front ender?

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Considering selling the Peugeot project bike. I've got a new CX bike arriving in Jan, which will take the stable up to a ridiculous level.

It's a lowly '86 Elite frame, forks, stem and bars, fully stripped and resprayed. Will probably get it shot blasted and powder coated over Christmas.

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Spec is faintly silly, given the frame;
Dura-Ace 7410 BB
Dura-Ace 7410 Cranks
Dura-Ace 7410 Chain rings
105 Rear Mech w new 7 speed cassette & chain
SLR aero levers
Exage Shifters
Campy front mech
Vuelta Airline 40mm wheels on Exage hubs
400mm seatpost (new)
New cables, tape, blocks, etc. Just needs decent pedals and a non-donor saddle.

I know it's worth less than the sum of its parts, but it would be a shame to split it all up.


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colnagolover wrote:

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=234206

Hi people,

I have the possibility to purchase a bicycle described as a '92-'93 Raleigh 725ti with complete Shimano 105 group set with Sti shifters. At this stage I have no other details but have received the attached pic.

I have no knowledge of the market value of such a bike. Is there a knowledgable, helpful member who could point me in the right direction?

If I make the purchase, Iit will almost certainly be made "sight unseen".

Thanks up front for all and any good pointers. :)

Colnagolover


It's quite a nice bike, Dyna Tech's have a bit of a following so fairly easy to move on. Valuation wise I'd say with a bit of work £250 - £300, as it stands £150 - £200'ish.


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dynamicbrick wrote:
Considering selling the Peugeot project bike. I've got a new CX bike arriving in Jan, which will take the stable up to a ridiculous level.

It's a lowly '86 Elite frame, forks, stem and bars, fully stripped and resprayed. Will probably get it shot blasted and powder coated over Christmas.

Image

Spec is faintly silly, given the frame;
Dura-Ace 7410 BB
Dura-Ace 7410 Cranks
Dura-Ace 7410 Chain rings
105 Rear Mech w new 7 speed cassette & chain
SLR aero levers
Exage Shifters
Campy front mech
Vuelta Airline 40mm wheels on Exage hubs
400mm seatpost (new)
New cables, tape, blocks, etc. Just needs decent pedals and a non-donor saddle.

I know it's worth less than the sum of its parts, but it would be a shame to split it all up.


My first thought was to split it....

Difficult due to the nature of the build, the frame is always going to let it down and the fact that it does not have original paint/ graphics. I'm ballparking it here at £150'ish.


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Hi guys,

Anyone can tell me how much i can get for a 3ttt Ergo Power Due handlebar with matching 3ttt stem? Bar is 42cm, stem 10,5 cm. Rather good condition, clean, some scratches.
And how much for a campagnolo mirage shifter set? Condition is used, some little scratches on the left shifter. Picture included :)

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20 for bar and stem, mirage is 8 speed? Up to 50 on a good day


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20 for bar and stem, mirage is 8 speed? Up to 50 on a good day


you're talking in GBP now I suppose :)?


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Flandria wrote:
bikenut2010 wrote:
20 for bar and stem, mirage is 8 speed? Up to 50 on a good day


you're talking in GBP now I suppose :)?

Nah, waitrose xmas puddings :lol: seriously gbp ; o)


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 8:10 pm 
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Tel wrote:

It's quite a nice bike, Dyna Tech's have a bit of a following so fairly easy to move on. Valuation wise I'd say with a bit of work £250 - £300, as it stands £150 - £200'ish.


Thanks Tel - As a relative newbie, I wasn't aware of this thread so thanks for the valuation and 2 pointers

Colnagolover


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