Hi All, would appreciate some help with an estimated value. I live in the greater Boston and would like to try and sell it locally
Itís a 3rensho 58cm serial number A590-580.
As far as I know the original campy record cranks, brakes, derailleurs, headset, and pedals. Shimano
bottom bracket , cheap stem and bars. Araya clincher wheels with campy hubs. Tried to document the condition
in the pictures. The middle cable guide is not just chipped but bent as well. I'd be happy to provide any additional
Well you probably already know prime examples are sought after by collectors. The damage you noted does hurt as it may keep those types away. Best bet is ebay for top dollar w/ lots of details and pictures but locally in Boston might be able to find a buyer 500+-? no expert on 3rensho but they are not common.
edit, guess I should say that if I was local would probably offer up to 500 for it. Recent 54 went on ebay for 660 + ship but no idea on comparisons, the values are all over. Did your once have more decals?
Last edited by dailycommute; 05-30-14 at 12:01 PM.
Boston will have its own "brick wall", no idea where it is at.
I appreciate the insight and I understand it will bring more money on ebay. Based on the some additional estimates on value I may give it a try on CL and if I can’t sell it that way then move on to ebay.
1974 Marnati Corsa, 1974 ish Motobecane CT, 1971 Mercier 300, 1977/78 Colnago Mexico, 1982 Pinarello Italia, 198? Raleigh Team 753, NOS Tesch 101, 1983 Peugeot Mixte
Originally Posted by wrk101
The one ebay bike above where the seller was in your area, does not mean the buyer was in your area. Also does not mean the bidders that helped drive the price up were from the local area either.
Normally I would agree about the prices being driven up. But this particular bicycle started at $800. I thought it should have received a great deal more attention than it did. Not really sure why it didn't.