Help me price this reasonably. I believe it is an 86 or possibly 87 Colnago Superissimo SLX. Columbus SLX tubing, 57cm, components as follows:

Campagnolo victory strada tubular rims on Campagnolo C Record hubs (trashed tires)
Campagnolo C Record rear derailleur (first gen) and front derailleur
Campagnolo C Record aero seatpost
Selle Italia Turbo saddle, perforated, white
Campagnolo Cobalto brakes with original jewel
Campagnolo C Record aero brake levers
Campagnolo NOS Chorus crank (now slightly used)
Campagnolo Chorus pedals
Campagnolo C Record bottom bracket
Campagnolo C Record shifters
Ofmega alloy headset
Cinelli stem
Cinelli handlebars
cheap Bike Nashbar chromed steel freewheel (liked the way it looked)
all new cables and housing and handlebar tape

Paint is original and has reasonable number of chips and scrapes but is in generally really good condition. Chrome has some small corrosion specks but is also in really good condition. All flaws are shown in photobucket picture set. All aluminum(stem, brakes, etc.) except the crank has been polished. The bike has been completely disassembled, cleaned and lubed.

I'm not offering it for sale yet but am planning to and am having a bit of a hard time figuring out what to ask for it and if I can get enough to make it worth selling at this time.

See a bunch of pictures here:
http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v3...rissimo%20SLX/

A few to tempt you: