A friend of mine recently gave me a "Coventry Eagle" bicycle. It was his dad's old racing bike he picked up in Europe and it was now going to be thrown away. Everything on it is Campagnolo except the Cinelli bars/stem and Kyokuto pedals. I've done some research but I thought you guys could probably help me out a lot or atleast point me in the right direction to discover more about the history of this bike or its place in the world today (what people are doing with them, if they're good bikes, if they'd be in demand at all etc..). The bike was a mess but I've taken it completely apart and cleaned it up pretty well (I have not touched the wheels yet). The wheels are Campy Nuovo Record hubs laced to tubular mavic rims, Campy cotterless three armed cranks (9/16 x 20f), Cinelli (ModGiro Ditalia 64) Bars, Cinelli Milano stem, "Vicenza" Campy shifters, Campy chromoly fork, "Velox" Campy rear derailleur, one rear Weinmann 610 brake, Kyokuto Pro Ace pedals, campy headset, Campy 68-SS-120 BB. The bike was without a seatpost, saddle, brake levers, or a front brake. Any information on this bike would be great because I don't know anything about it!
p.s. in the picture with the stem and fork on the frame it is without a headset and is assembled just for looks!