The Road Bike How Much Thread

RUDDY

Retro Newbie
Hi to you all, I would like to part with my old Cannondale, I would appreciate your advice, should I sell as full bike or components? there is some good parts Durace h/set/b/bracket etc, also what could I ask? ball park figure please. any suggestions greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, RUDDY.
 

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Fifthgrace

Retro Guru
My advice would be to sell complete. Your specific Dura Ace groupset model is one that doesn't age particularly well and is less sought after than other DA groups (IMO). Less fuss for you and just sell as is. Value is best taken from a search on eBay for similar Al-framed bikes from Cannondale/Trek etc
 

WimVDD

Senior Retro Guru
What's this worth? A 1991 Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra frameset but the "hens' teeth version" in Columbus Max. tubing Original paint ("Team Kelme"). Very (very) good condition apart from a small ding in the top tube (hardly visible, no paint damage).


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RUDDY

Retro Newbie
My advice would be to sell complete. Your specific Dura Ace groupset model is one that doesn't age particularly well and is less sought after than other DA groups (IMO). Less fuss for you and just sell as is. Value is best taken from a search on eBay for similar Al-framed bikes from Cannondale/Trek etc
Thanks much appreciated
 

Fifthgrace

Retro Guru
What's this worth? A 1991 Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra frameset but the "hens' teeth version" in Columbus Max. tubing Original paint ("Team Kelme"). Very (very) good condition apart from a small ding in the top tube (hardly visible, no paint damage).


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EM MXL with full C record, Telekom team bike in VVGC sold for c£1400, so I think that would possibly represent the highest achievable value. If I was after a MAX framed bike by a well known maker with Campagnolo groupset, I'd be budgeting around £1k (but I'm not!)
 

Svendherlig

Retro Newbie
Storck Scenario Team

What is it worth? Any information you can give about the bike would be much appreciated

Groupset + hubs, qr, cassette and chain: Dura Ace 7700.

Headset: Shimano 600

Wheels: Mavic CXP 33

Saddle: X-lite Kevlar Titanium
 

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RUDDY

Retro Newbie
My advice would be to sell complete. Your specific Dura Ace groupset model is one that doesn't age particularly well and is less sought after than other DA groups (IMO). Less fuss for you and just sell as is. Value is best taken from a search on eBay for similar Al-framed bikes from Cannondale/Trek etc
Thanks very much appreciated
 

Foreigner

Retro Guru
Storck Scenario Team

What is it worth? Any information you can give about the bike would be much appreciated

Groupset + hubs, qr, cassette and chain: Dura Ace 7700.

Headset: Shimano 600

Wheels: Mavic CXP 33

Saddle: X-lite Kevlar Titanium
Difficult to price a brand that is less know here in UK, but judging by what the prices are in Germany, I'd say £500-£600
 

Svendherlig

Retro Newbie
Tommasini Premier Plus

What is it worth? Any information you can give about the bike would be much appreciated

Groupset: Dura Ace 7800.
Wheels: Mavic Ksyrium sl

Frame: Colombus Airplane
 

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Fifthgrace

Retro Guru
Very good looking bike and high spec, but Al framed Tommasini not as sought after as steel generally. Would still command £650 to £950 ballpark. Splitting to parts would also equate to that top end value and may exceed it as DA 7800 groupset and Ksyrium SL wheels sell well. Tommasini is a small production maker and my T Tecno is the best riding bike I own and would never sell it as long as I can ride.
 
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