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Old 07-05-16, 10:04 PM
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50th Campagnolo

50th Anniversary Campagnolo
What is a complete group worth? Unridden but installed on a bike. Have original case and documents.
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Wow Scott...what a question...and raises the curiosity...I have seen NOS groups like this go for 4-6K on eBay...but...installed but not ridden? I "gruff" guess would be around 2K...I think it might also depend on the frame it is on...at least that would change the perceived value...this should be fun to watch...
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I see used 50th Anniversary Campagnolo parts for sale often and, depending on the condition, they are not as expensive as you might think. I priced it out last summer to be about $1500 or so but that wouldn't include the case or documents.

The cranks seem to be the hardest piece to find in good condition.
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I also remember the serial or production number affecting value, the lower the number the higher the value. Could never figure out the logic with that one since they were all limited editions.
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Originally Posted by blakcloud
I also remember the serial or production number affecting value, the lower the number the higher the value. Could never figure out the logic with that one since they were all limited editions.
If you call 15,000 a limited number.

Thread type an play a part. Italian threading in the case gets most it seems.

When they were new, I thought they were fun but mostly styling. They have grown on me through the decades.
Not enough to spend my money on mind you, just to appreciate.
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They are nice, but give me the real rarities.
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Originally Posted by exxongraftek
They are nice, but give me the real rarities.
Such as what? Real curiosity!
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My list of "real rarities" includes, but is certainly not limited to:
Campagnolo items: Hi-Lo rear (and front) hubs - Super Record titanium hollow BB axles and hub axles - Belt buckle boxed sets (less than 1000 of them compared to 15,000 anniversary sets) - Campagnolo coaster brake rear hub - NR/SR "Century" parts - Large square "Continental Divide" Campagnolo belt buckle by Bergamot Brass Works (likely even fewer than 1,000 out there)

Regina: Record Extra aluminum and/or titanium cog freewheels (NOT Titall, these predate the Titanio model, some have steel Extra bodies, a few have aluminum bodies) - Titanio chain

Others: Pino Morroni components/bikes - Hi-E frames (only 15 ever made) with the matching cranks & 200g rims - Hi-E seat posts/handlebar stems (never seen these two other than prototypes) - Mossberg VM-I/X-1000 "graphite" frames - Speedwell Titalite frames - Shimano Dura-Ace 10 track hubs with unique small diameter cog threads

Honorable mentions go to (among others) Shimano Dura-Ace centerpull brakes with "safety levers," long-cage Crane derailleur (NOT GS) and the remaining parts in the Dura-Ace 10 track group. Arnold Engineering and OMAS Bolt kits and PMP cranks also come to mind, as does the "starfish" Mavic crank, nearly impossible to find un-scratched...

The above list is merely my own based on experience, YMMV. Other items may also qualify... ideas?
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