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CIOCC- help identifying and valuing

Old 10-20-15, 04:55 PM
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CIOCC- help identifying and valuing

Hey guys,

Any idea what model/year this is and what the value would be? Looks like I can find a matching Shimano 600 groupset for around $200... Thanks in advance.

Ciocc Frame 55cm columbus sl w/Shimano 600 headset
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Old 10-20-15, 06:03 PM
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Looks like a pretty fair asking price. VG paint on an SL frame. $400 +/- 10%.
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Old 10-20-15, 07:00 PM
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Hi all, Amy here. I'm having trouble figuring how to use this site, so please bear with me. I have a Kabuki light weight aluminum alloy from the mid 70's. It needs rubber of course. Has this model been out done by years of new technology or does it still have value?
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Originally Posted by ajr18083 View Post
Hi all, Amy here. I'm having trouble figuring how to use this site, so please bear with me. I have a Kabuki light weight aluminum alloy from the mid 70's. It needs rubber of course. Has this model been out done by years of new technology or does it still have value?
Thanks
Welcome Amy. It's best to start your own thread for your questions. But first, are you sure it's aluminum? Try a magnet on the frame and take some photos for the thread. Pics and detailed descriptions of the condition will be needed for any accurate opinions of the bike and components.
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Back to the Ciocc: it is a very nice frame - these were well built and are under-rated in my view.
If I were looking to expand my collection I'd buy that in a heartbeat.
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Back to the Ciocc: it is a very nice frame - these were well built and are under-rated in my view.
If I were looking to expand my collection I'd buy that in a heartbeat.
Thanks for the replies, guys. And what do you think of the Shimano 600 group? Worth $200? Sacrilege to put in on a Ciocc?
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Looking at the paint I'd say the bike is from the early 80's. That fishnet hash paint was popular for a year or so. Also later Ciocc frames had a tri-color C on the downtube decal.

I don't think it's a top end Ciocc, (the San Christabol or Mockba) because I think you have a Columbus Tretubi sticker on the seat tube, not a Columbus SL sticker. TreTubi was, I think, maybe SL tubes for the main three tubes and then lesser stuff for the rest of the frame..

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Originally Posted by Caliwild View Post
Thanks for the replies, guys. And what do you think of the Shimano 600 group? Worth $200? Sacrilege to put in on a Ciocc?
Heck, not for a rider. The headset is a 600 series already.
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