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    Puch -- All Campy -- $360

    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/1880275668.html

    Looks like the fork could be non-original. Also, if the tires are 700c, I would imagine that the wheels have been replaced as well? And then there's that funky stem. I would imagine that component quality is good, it's just a question of frame quality and price. Does it seem reasonable?
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    Is the down tube above the levers kinked? Sorry I can't help on the value

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    +1 Fork is a replacement. That signals possible crash. Otherwise, why would someone put on a frame that doesn't match the paint. Frame is on the rough side. Stem came straight from hybrid land. Check ebay on components, as it looks like a part out. Assuming it is Italian made, bike was built by Bianchi. Too bad its kind of a mess.

    What do you want to do with it? Keep it? That frame and fork would bother me. But as a part out, that would not matter much. I would let the Campy experts tell you what those bits are worth. Everything I deal with is either Shimano or Suntour.

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    We ended up passing on the bike. The components were all there, but there were so many inconsistencies and the bike was kind of a mess. It was pretty scratched, the paint had some weird bubbly texture thing going on around one of the toptube braze-ons, fork was non-original and the front brake was mounted at an angle such that the brake pads were almost worn to triangles, and the brake levers were mismatched.

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