I have a beautiful pair of early 60s vintage chrome fixed-gear, six day track racing bicycles. When I bought them in 1967, the story was that they were custom made by Cinelli for a pair of Canadian 6-day racers. Don’t know if that’s true or not - the seat stay attachment doesn't look Cinelli - but the lug work looks Italian and the slack angles indicate they were made for the velodrome. Only markings on the bikes are 058 and 059 stamped on the rear dropouts. Both are about 58cm center-to-top so the 058 and 059 could be serial numbers or sizes.
Condition is generally very good for 50-year-old bicycles. There is some pitting and flaking to the chrome and one seat clamp ear was broken but carefully welded back on. Cranks (pista 165s), pedals, hubs, BB, dropouts and headsets are Campy and rims are Fiamme Red Label, aside from one Mavic rim. Saddles are Cinelli Unica – the original Brooks Swallows disintegrated long ago. The bars are Ambrosio – ditched the original steel Cinelli track bars to save weight – oops.
Any ideas on values?