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  1. #1
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    What is my 1968 Bianchi Worth?

    I just bought a 1968 Bianchi and don't know what it's worth. I'm in WI right now but will be going back to CA. I think it's a low to mid level model. Not sure whether to keep it or sell it.
    Here are the specs that I know of:

    Frame: Lugged Steel, Made in Italy (not sure what type, no decals)
    Rear Derailleur: Valentino Extra Patent Campagnolo
    Front Derailleur: Campagnolo (that's all it says)
    Gear Levers: Patent Campagnolo
    Stem: says "ttt" and "Made in Italy"
    Brakes: Universal
    Rear Hub: Shimano 333
    Saddle: Record M.D. (I think its a Selle)
    Wheels: RIGIDA SuperChromix



    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Lancaster County, PA
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    '39 Hobbs, '58 Marastoni, '73 Italian custom, '75 Wizard, '76 Wilier, '78 Tom Kellogg, '79 Colnago Super, '79 Sachs, '81 Masi Prestige, '82 Cuevas, '83 Picchio Special, '84 Murray-Serotta, '85 Trek 170, '89 Bianchi, '90 Bill Holland, '94 Grandis
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    What kind of "help" are you looking for? It does indeed sound like an entry-level type bike. It's probably not worth a whole lot, but then "whole lot" can vary from person to person. I'm guessing couple hundren bucks, maybe. So whether to sell or ride depends on you - and how much you enjoy riding it.

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