I am getting ready to sale my Alan record carbonio, and I don't know how much I should look at getting for it. Its in extremely good shape with Huret shifting, Modolo master pro brakes, and the rest mainly campy from the mid 80's. Please help me out.
Motobecane Mirage fixed gear, Nashbar Alpha Road 5000, Bianchi Grizzly, Coppi Fiorelli, , Schwinn Trike, , GT All Terra, Old Peugeot, Nishiki 3 speed, Bugatti, Cannondale Black Lightning, Dura All, Bianchi Touring, Bridgestone T700 & more
After doing an eBay completed auctions search I found a frame and fork that sold for $450 plus. I think if your bike is complete and in fantastic shape with a well represented auction with lots of clear pics and a good description it could pull some serious change.....They are a fantastic bike IMHO! I would not sell it! Ride it!
Can we get some pics please? Especially the drive side.....
Originally Posted by CardiacKid
We don't cotton to people who cut things off their bikes in these here parts.
Sorry about the pics. Our camera is a little outdated. But please help me get a ballpark price of what I should sell this for. It was given to me this way from the original owner. He didn't remember much about it except for that the price he built it for new was 3800. He used to race a lot.Hres a list of its components. Campagnolo- hubs,6 speed cassette,shifters,skewers
Assos- cranks,pedals,bottom bracket,and flat spokes
Modolo- master pro brakes and levers
Cinelli- bars and stem
3ttt- seat post
Spidel- stronglight head set
The bike only weighs 16.6 pounds