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    Not a bike, a catalog

    Just dug out of my stuff a 1982 Support Catalog from Campy. (Did you know at that time they had an unconditional lifetime warranty against defects?) This is the only one I have seen. None on ebay in the past 12 months. What is it worth?

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    I haven't any idea, but from watching Antiques Roadshow on PBS condition makes a huge difference in determining the value of items such as this. Is it pristine, used, missing pages, or are there big greasy thumbprints from slack jawed cyclists dreaming over campy? Maybe a big greasy Lance Armstrong fingerprint with full documentation?

    OK I'm carried away, but really condition and presentation make the value in this type of thing.
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    Probably this one:

    http://campyonly.com/history/catalog...ic_catalog.pdf

    Note lifetime warranty against defects but not use, a pretty big loophole.

    For instance, if you broke a crank arm near the pedal eye and it showed toe-strap wear, you were not going to get a new crank arm.

    Now, if you were competing at the Nationals and your Campagnolo equipped bike needed attention you might get a free overhaul with lots of fresh Campagnolo as part of the service.

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    Your problem is that you are searching for the exact item, 1982 campagnolo catalog. Instead, just search for Campagnolo catalog. Several have sold recently, including ones from the 1970s and 1980s.

    I would base your price on those, unless you feel the 1982 has some special uniqueness to it.

    Some have gone for $50 to $100. I would be tempted to do a buy it now auction at the higher end of this range, 30 day, and see if it sells. If it doesn't sell, lower it down within that range. The market will let you know.

    +10 Condition is everything, so adjust down if it has wear and tear.
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    Well nice colour printed catalogs go for about $4-8 at bike shows top dollar considering Campy likey better kept I'd say $3-4 sold on ebay with discount media shipping and listing.

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    $30-40 based on condition.
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    Yes, that is the one.

    Quote Originally Posted by repechage View Post
    Probably this one:

    http://campyonly.com/history/catalog...ic_catalog.pdf

    Note lifetime warranty against defects but not use, a pretty big loophole.

    For instance, if you broke a crank arm near the pedal eye and it showed toe-strap wear, you were not going to get a new crank arm.

    Now, if you were competing at the Nationals and your Campagnolo equipped bike needed attention you might get a free overhaul with lots of fresh Campagnolo as part of the service.

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