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Old 10-04-09, 09:41 PM   #1
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I.D.ing Vintage Campy Derailleurs

Looking for some help id'ing some older campy derailleurs.

I want to get rid of these, but I am at quite a loss figuring out what kind of price point I should be selling at, any suggestions?

These have been floating around my garage for some time now, hoping to someday put them to use. I have realized that hoarding parts is of no practical use and I am sure somebody else could use them much more than myself.

Thanks in advance guys....

First one, front and side shots:
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Second one, front and side:
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Old 10-04-09, 09:46 PM   #3
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First one, Campagnolo Record, pretty early.

Second one Campagnolo Super Record. There were several geneartions of these, I can't say much more that I would believe.
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Campagnolo Nuovo Record, fairly early, late '60s or very early '70s. I had one with that ring-ended spring that I purchased new around 1969 or 1970.
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the third is a nuovo record rear. Earlier than the CPSC ruling that required plastic pieces to protect the user from the adjuster screw springs (earlier than 1978). The date is probably marked between your thumb and forefinger in the third picture. Is it an illusion, or is there a little hook on the front bottom of the first picture derailleur cage?
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the third is a nuovo record rear. Earlier than the CPSC ruling that required plastic pieces to protect the user from the adjuster screw springs (earlier than 1978). The date is probably marked between your thumb and forefinger in the third picture. Is it an illusion, or is there a little hook on the front bottom of the first picture derailleur cage?
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Thanks for help - Illusion the best I can tell.

I will take a peak tonight to see if I can find a date.
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Campagnolo Nuovo Record, fairly early, late '60s or very early '70s. I had one with that ring-ended spring that I purchased new around 1969 or 1970.
Thanks for the help - still got the ol' thing?
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First one, front and side shots:
I have one of these that I bought new from a shop in 1977.
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First FD: 1967-72 Nuovo Record. I wouldn't classify it as a "Record," as the original Record FD's had a cable stop on them.

Second FD: Final Nuovo Record FD design, 1979-1986/7.

RD: Campagnolo Nuovo Record. The date (or lack of one) on the top of the body should be your guide to the production date. I wouldn't use the rubber CPSC protectors as a guide - I've seen countless post-CPSC RD's that have had them removed.

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First FD: 1967-72 Nuovo Record. I wouldn't classify it as a "Record," as the original Record FD's had a cable stop on them.

Second FD: Final Nuovo Record FD design, 1979-1986/7.

RD: Campagnolo Nuovo Record. The date (or lack of one) on the top of the body should be your guide to the production date. I wouldn't use the rubber CPSC protectors as a guide - I've seen countless post-CPSC RD's that have had them removed.

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Thanks cudak, bit help. I guess my next step is to jump on Ebay and see if I can find some price guidlines - that is unless anybody else has some suggestions for pricing?
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