Old 04-05-16, 04:28 PM
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If you can take a photo of the underside of the bottom bracket it would be helpful, especially if there are alpha/numerics stamped in. If this is a repaint it might be hard and you may need to look very slowly in bright light. Take your time examining on the top and bottom of seatpost, and top and underside of bottom bracket. The Shimano 600 group is really what is now Shimano Ultegra and it is very functional, durable, and looks fine when shined. Can you see a name on the stem and handlebars? Also, look at the numbers on the cups at the crank where it meets the bottom bracket. On the back of the crank arms you should be able to see some indication in mm of the length of the arms but more importantly the type of crank. Either way, if it is a Reynolds 531 or Columbus frame and it fits you correctly the price is very reasonable IMO.
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