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    1971 Raleigh professional Mark two

    I am the original owner of this super clean brown/chrome forks 24 1/2" Raleigh Professional. It is all original except the wheels. I do have the original campi high flange wheels somplace.
    Serial # F541
    There is another number opposite the S# 270

    I am curious what you all think the value is.

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    Michael...
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    $850

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    The Campagnolo bits are worth $600 - $700. The bike is nice - perhaps $750 - $950.
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    Hello,

    I just came across some info on the non-branded campi brakes on my bike . So I am curious why you feel the parts are not worth more. However I am not interested in parting the bike out. I wish for it to see many more years enjoyed.

    The following is from:
    http://velosniper.blogspot.com/

    I've seen these go for over $1,200 without the box. Here's a theory as to why they have no logo:

    Masi said the brakes were "unnamed" because of a sponsorship conflict between Faema and Universal. Masi said Tullio Campagnolo wanted Merckx to ride his new brakes and Universal agreed only if they were not stamped Campagnolo in large photogenic type. Masi also said that Campagnolo offered to sell the patent to Universal. The folks at Universal declined because they didn't think anyone would pay the high retail price for them, they were about triple the price of Super 68s

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    I am curious at what you think your bike is worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
    I am curious at what you think your bike is worth.
    I am not really sure. Thus is why I came here to see what others think as well as doing some research on the web. I have yet to see any that are for sale and thats why I was researching what the parts alone are going for. That would or should give me an idea of a fair price.

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    you could mine classicrendezvous archives for sale history of those calipers. Other than the potential value of the calipers, the bike value is as otherwise noted IMO, I don't think those brakes make the bike "special".
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