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Old 06-20-11, 01:34 AM   #1
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Old Colnago

Hello everybody, I'm Stefano from North Italy.
Excuse me for my not-so-perfect English and my poor photos.
I've read a lot on this forum before registration, but my bike seems mysterious.



Is there anybody that knows something about the bike.

Maybe somebody can tell me the average value? Because the size it's small for me, and I'm interested in selling it.

Any help is appreciated
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Old 06-20-11, 02:44 AM   #2
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hm, panto on ofmega and universal parts, that's quite unusual! Beautiful bike anyway, the perfect colour for a Colnago. Questions about value however are off topic in this forum, there is a seperate page for that, but it would fetch a pretty penny, at least here in holland, where Colnago's are super popular.
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Thank you Italuminium for your quick response!
I would ask you a question, if possible, and now I can't do that in PM.

Well, I'm Italian, and I can't understand English that much...
So, how do you convert 'pretty penny' in money, i.e. Euros?


Thanks a lot!
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In the netherlands colnago's of this caliber usually go for about 250-600 euro, depending on size (bigger sizes sell for more here, the Dutch are tall in general), condition and things like pantographed parts.

Sorry I can't answer you in Italian my Italian is not good enough for that, even though I visit your country almost every year and I love the food, music and off course bicycles of it!
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Handwound, go to this forum for questions about price: http://www.bikeforums.net/forumdispl...-and-Inquiries

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