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Old 12-19-13, 12:35 PM   #1
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Need value on NOS speedlight cranks and Sach 5 cranks

here are pics the speedlight came out the bags look never used and the sachs are in great shape too any idea on value would be great ! thanks
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Old 12-19-13, 02:17 PM   #2
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You might be able to sell the NOS Speedlight crankset at around 75 bucks without chanrings at this time. It's just competing with too many similar looking and aged cranks out there, specially ones from Campagnolo (Veloce, Centaur....etc). It really looks like a very nice, good quality crankset, but it's still a bit too new to attract C&V collectors/bikers with the cash to spend on older components who are usually looking mostly for 50's to early 90's stuff for their rides, so this crankset have not really been on their radars that much......yet.
Let it cook for a few more years and you should get much more money for it.
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Both nice cranks but not realy vintage and from lesser known desired makers. With no chain rings and NOS condition I would guess $50 or so for Speedlight and only $15 for the Sachs considering you shipping from Canada which hurts price a bit.
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Both nice cranks but not realy vintage and from lesser known desired makers. With no chain rings and NOS condition I would guess $50 or so for Speedlight and only $15 for the Sachs considering you shipping from Canada which hurts price a bit.
I agree about Sachs being a "lesser known" maker...But Stronglight?? I always considered Stronglight to be directly on the other side of the Yin and Yang between Camapagnolo and other C&V high quality crankset makers.... definitely not a "lesser known" maker.
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I agree about Sachs being a "lesser known" maker...But Stronglight?? I always considered Stronglight to be directly on the other side of the Yin and Yang between Camapagnolo and other C&V high quality crankset makers.... definitely not a "lesser known" maker.
+1 Yes this is a stronglight the OP stated it was a speedlight and I quess I just didn't look at the pic close enough considering it is actually a stronglight one could add $20-30 to the price.
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Wish it was only a left Speedlight. I could use one . They are few and far between, but don't seem to be in demand. The Sachs 5000 looks like a lower level than the Sachs crank I have, and although I'd like to use it in a build, the reality is it's a boat anchor compared to comparable sets.
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the broach on the drive side sachs looks at though it may be a bit buggered. the early sachs chainsets were made by etablissements peyrard (nervar) when sachs began offering road ensembles following their purchase of freres huret.
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thanks for the great info guys !!
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