hey there, i picked up this Guerc for $200 last summer, after a little research i have come to the conclusion that it is a '78 frame. it is not in the best of shape but it has most of its original parts. this is my first road bike and it has been cool working on it and learning about it. before this i had never even heard of tubular tires haha.
here is a list of Campy parts that are on it, from what info i could gather:
Crankset: Campagnolo Strada, Nuovo Record
Chainrings: Campagnolo 735/A, Super Record
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo 1052/SR, Super Record
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo 4001, Super Record (2nd Gen Ver.1)
Headset: Campagnolo 4041, Super Record
Brake Levers: Campagnolo Nuovo Record (Guerciotti panto'ed)
Brakes: Campagnolo 2040, Record (CPSC, Guerciotti Panto'ed)
Pedals: Campagnolo 4021, Super Record Strada
Hubs: Campagnolo 1251, Nuovo Tipo (small flange)
Rims: Wolber Super Champion Aspin (tubular)
the drop-outs are Campy too, as is usual with these frames, and it has the original Guerciotti panto'ed seat post
the rear cassette is a 7 gear Suntour which doesnt seem to mesh well with the rest of the drivetrain
one of the custom panto'ed shifter levers has been replaced with a generic one,
the seat and handlebars i got thrown in for the $200, a San Marco Ischia K seat, and Sakae Road Champion bars
just glued fresh Schwalbe Montellos on the rims this week and took it for its first ride of the year tonight.
when i got the bike it had some crazy ass marathon bars on it that streched out like a foot into a diamond shape, and the pedal cages dragged on the ground, it has a Bicycle Association of British Columbia sticker on it from '87 and apparently the previous owner used it for road marathons, it was completely (and still is partially) caked in road grime.
anyways i just like it cuz i can lift it over my head with my pinky finger like in the old Guerciotti ads haha
so, what do you guys reckon for value??