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Old 01-31-11, 08:00 AM   #1
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What is my vintage Colnago worth?

I've got a few pics. I don't know the year model. Any information you can get me would be helpful.




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Old 01-31-11, 02:26 PM   #2
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Hard to value due to mismash of parts: Low end late 80's (?) Colnago frame, 8-speed Dura-Ace shifters, 9-speed crankset, 600 brakes, ... All nice parts, but the combination makes it attractive as a utility bike. Probably worth more separated than whole, maybe $500 ?
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I've heard that Colnago Sport models were not made in the Colnago factory, they were commisioned by other builders. I have one and it is a good daily rider, mine is made from Columbus Aelle tubing and was outfitted with Gipiemme components. Mine was in need of a repaint and I paid $125 for it 7 years ago.

If you plan on selling yours, you would be best to part it out as the Dura Ace stuff is worth more than the frame.
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The fork does not look correct for the frame. Lugged Colnagos should have Campagnolo.
$500 very top top for someone who wants it and does not know enough.

If you remove the rear brake, is the bridge for an allen nut or older plain external nut as shown?
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