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  1. #1
    Cross country newbie
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    Québec, Canada
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    '11 Cinelli Vigorelli, '13 Traitor Ruben
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    Bianchi Campione di Italia - Bianchi Forza - Marinoni Speciale

    Hi guys, I'm planing on selling those in Ottawa at the end of the month. I'm sad to have to sell my babies, but they are going to help with the downpayment on my new 2012 Scion Xb. So please help me determinate the value of each of these babies. Thanks in advance ! By the way, I'll put a list of the parts at the very end of the page.

    Colombus steel frameset
    48-49cm framesize
    Chromed rear triangle
    Pantographed frame and fork
    Selle Italia Turbo saddle
    Campagnolo Nuovo Record F/R derailleurs
    Campagnolo crankset
    Campagnolo speed levers
    Campagnolo seatpost
    Campagnolo dropouts
    Campagnolo 50th anniversary hubs
    Wolber profiled rims (700c)
    Regina cassette
    Shimano 600 tricolor brakes
    Shimano 600 tricolor brake levers
    Dura-ace headset
    3TTT stem
    3TTT handlebars (not sure)
    Brand new white Cinelli handlebar tape

    Colombus steel frameset
    48-49cm framesize
    Ofmega derailleurs (rear is Master)
    Ofmega headset
    ITM handlebars
    Brand new celeste green Cinelli handlebar tape
    Bianchi stem
    Bianchi cranks
    Bianchi speed levers
    Shimano 105 brake levers
    Modolo brakes
    FiR rims (700c)
    Can’t remember hubs

    Tange steel frameset
    Unknow size yet, but small
    2 tone pearled paint job
    Original Avocet Bianchi stamped saddle
    Shimano Exage groupset
    Modolo special handlebars
    Araya rims (700c)
    White Cinelli handlebar tape
    Nitto stem

  2. #2
    Bianchi Goddess Bianchigirll's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
    Camp Hill, PA
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    Too many to list here check my signature.
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    are you going to sell the Macaroni without a seat binder bolt? they all look to need a bit cleaning and little waxt to shine them up. FYI the Campione is a '87, and the Forza id '92/93ish atleast here in the states.

    personally I would keep the bikes, if they fit, and buy an old Windstar
    Bianchis '87 Sport SX, '90 Proto, '90 Campione del Fausto Giamondi Specialisma Italiano Mundo, '91 Boarala 'cross, '93 Project 3, '86 Volpe, '97 Ti Megatube, , '90 something Vento 603,

    Others but still loved,; '80 RIGI, '80 Batavus Professional, '87 Cornelo, '09 Motobecane SOLD, '?? Jane Doe (still on the drawing board), '90ish Haro Escape

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    Senior Member clasher's Avatar
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    Kitchener, ONT
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    I got 400$ for a late 80s campione d'italia here in Kitchener in the spring but I had upgraded the drivetrain with new 10-speed stuff since I was starting with a frame and had that stuff laying around. Assuming yours was in good running condition and all finished I'd think you could get that for it with more original stuff on it, depends on the buyers I guess. I'd hold on to that Marinoni myself, what a gem... but I wouldn't know what to say for the other bikes.

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