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Old 08-12-10, 05:35 PM   #1
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Value/Info: Campy Pista equipped 1970's Windsor Pro TRACK

I've posted a few threads about this bike and it's rebuild and still have not come across much information on the bike. Here are the two internet resources which have had some mildly helpful info:
1. The one catalogue image I've seen of the old Windsor track bikes.
2. The one thread on C&V that had a similar model, decals and all.
What I know:

Model: Late 70's-early 80's Windsor AM-4 Pro Track
Size: 54 cm
Dropouts: Shimano forged
Tubing: Columbus SL? frame & fork (photo of original decal here)
Cranks: Campy Pista 165 mm with Campy Chainring, chainring bolts, and crank bolts.
Bottom Bracket: Original was Shimano, replaced with modern Miche Primato sealed.
Headset: Stock unidentified, not Campy.
Stem: Cinelli Milano
Bars: Cinelli Pista

Wheels: Fiamme Tubular rims laced, tied and soldered to Campy (Pista?) Loose-bearing track hubs (closeup 1, 2).
Rear wheel has original Campy cog and lockring.
Seatpost: Can't remember
Chain: Can't remember, but it's original and red.
Saddle: Concor San Marco Superleggera

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I'm not going to keep it as wall art and was looking at putting it on the market pretty soon, either in the C&V marketplace or on my local Craigslist. I'm thinking I could easily part it out and do pretty well if I needed, but I'd much rather keep it together.

I'm wondering the date of the bike, the date of the parts (cranks, hubs, and rims), and what would be a fair price. I have something in mind but want to see what you guys think.

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As currently set up with White Tressostar tape and Vittoria Rally Tubulars.

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Old 08-13-10, 02:41 PM   #3
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Really?...Nothing?
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All I know... a lot. Hope you get some solid help on this! Beautiful bike!
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I asked a similar question about my track bike and didn't really get a convincing answer either. It didn't really surprise me. There are some bikes that just don't change hands enough to have a good answer.
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