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90s F. Moser with full Campagnolo

Old 07-06-16, 06:07 PM
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90s F. Moser with full Campagnolo

I am thinking about selling this bike that I have had for about 15 years and am looking for some advice on pricing.
The steel F. Moser frame is straight and solid though as you can see the paint is fairly chipped in places. The wheels are nothing spectacular but I am most curious if anyone can identify/value the set of brakes. I had a bikeshop friend years ago who would always drool over them...
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Campagnolo Monoplanar (Chorus-level) brakes. One of their only post-1985 parts worth a tooty-d$#n.
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Welcome to Bike Forums...while I disagree with @exxongraftek on the general post-1985 comment, these are good brakes! On the overall value of the bike, I am not expert enough...but...will say this...thanks for sharing it...always nice to see a good looking bike first thing in the morning...just seems to make the day go better!
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Originally Posted by daf1009 View Post
Welcome to Bike Forums...while I disagree with @exxongraftek on the general post-1985 comment, these are good brakes! On the overall value of the bike, I am not expert enough...but...will say this...thanks for sharing it...always nice to see a good looking bike first thing in the morning...just seems to make the day go better!
It is indeed a nice bike - and I am indeed a bit of a retro-grouch.
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Moser Leader AX frameset with a Chorus group.

In excellent condition it would probably be worth $800 or so, these are really nice frames and have a following. Unfortunately, yours is pretty shot, the area around the seat post looks particularly bad, is the seat clamp on there to hold the seat post in the frame? These frames required a special seatpost with a quill expander inside of it to keep the seat post in place. If you don't have that special post, that will knock the value down quite a lot because those posts are very expensive to buy now.

I'd say that the group is probably worth more than the frame, especially if you don't have the correct seatpost. Say $300 for the group with wheels, $200 for the frame as it sits now.
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Thanks everyone for the responses. This has been a great bike so I am pleased to hear such positive comments about its origin.
About the seat post, yeah that clamp was on their when I bought it. I'm pretty sure the quill is on the seatpost but the clamp was on there to reinforce it since there seemed to be some trouble getting it tight -- or so I barely remember from 10+ years ago.
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