So, as some of you may know, I somewhat impulse-bought a Gios Torino Super Record last week on Ebay. It's in sad shape right now...its been poorly repainted and has some mixed parts--Koga Miyata seatpost, threadless stem adapter, 90s Campy (Veloce maybe?) group, mismatched tires, etc.
I've decided to make this a restoration flip. I'm having it professionally painted in the original blue, applying correct decals, cleaning up/polishing all parts, putting on Cinelli bars/stem, bartape, Campy seatpost, Veloflex tires, etc.
In its current state, it looks like this:
When completed, it should look like Ray Dobbins' former Gios, only with modern Campy and without any drillium/custom details.
Before beginning this project, however, I want to make sure it will be worth the investment. I'm not looking to make a killing; by any measure, the amount of effort I'll be putting in will far outweigh how much I'd like to get for it in profit.
So...how much would you expect me to be able to get for it? Would it make more sense to replace the incorrect group with NR or SR, or will this eat into any profit I could make?