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Values for vintage derailleurs, handlebar/stem, others?

Old 10-09-16, 07:57 PM
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Values for vintage derailleurs, handlebar/stem, others?

I have a bunch of vintage parts from my grandfather's boxes of parts that'd been sitting around for at least a couple decades, that I had shipped to me after visiting my grandparents this summer. Some of them, I understand to be rather high end, and I'm curious what they're worth.

Specifically, I have:

Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear derailleur. No number next to the word "Patent". Red pulley wheels that spin very happily



Zeus Criterium 69(?) rear derailleur. Pulleys are a little rough/noisy when spun.



Sachs/Huret Jubilee rear derailleur, drilled version



Cinelli stem, 140mm. NOS/never installed



Ambrosio handlebar w/ matching stem and Universal Mod61 brake levers. Hoods are still intact. Likely from early 1960s Bianchi road bike.


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$40
$50
$75-125
Still available new for $60
No idea. Hoods may be present, but they're not what I consider usable.

Condition is king. You'd need to put some work into them removing surface rust and grime to get decent money.
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Zeus is a Spanish copy of Campy . . . less pricey but just as good.
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Originally Posted by nesteel View Post
$40
$50
$75-125
Still available new for $60
No idea. Hoods may be present, but they're not what I consider usable.

Condition is king. You'd need to put some work into them removing surface rust and grime to get decent money.
Thanks. Are those numbers based on current condition, or after removing surface rust, etc.?

Also, what about the hoods makes them unusable, in your opinion?

Forgot to post these before: KKT toe clips, NOS with leather(?) padding




IRC Handytour folding tire, NOS/NIB, 27x1-1/4"

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I just bought a set of MKS (another Japanese pedal maker) NOS leather wrapped toe clips for $25. No idea how that relates to the KKT version.
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Originally Posted by Kevindale View Post
I just bought a set of MKS (another Japanese pedal maker) NOS leather wrapped toe clips for $25. No idea how that relates to the KKT version.
The two companies are/were competitors to the best of my recollection.
Similar parts = similar value.
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The NOS Cinelli 1A stem is quite rare, being the French 22mm diameter size (instead of the more common 22.2mm diameter neck).
I know it is French sized because it has that drilled on divot on the stem neck, right above quill slot end.
Only thing that might suppress its current market value is the very long 130mm extension, which not many people need for their bikes.
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Originally Posted by Chombi1 View Post
The NOS Cinelli 1A stem is quite rare, being the French 22mm diameter size (instead of the more common 22.2mm diameter neck).
I know it is French sized because it has that drilled on divot on the stem neck, right above quill slot end.
Only thing that might suppress its current market value is the very long 130mm extension, which not many people need for their bikes.
Very interesting. What would you say it's worth, given that rarity? It's 140mm, btw
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If you do a completed sales search on ebay for your different items/you'll get realistic values. Not the ASKING-but sold for price. Then you can sell them on ebay or here Some parts of course are size specific/fewer seekers.
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If you do a completed sales search on ebay for your different items/you'll get realistic values. Not the ASKING-but sold for price. Then you can sell them on ebay or here Some parts of course are size specific/fewer seekers.
Yeah, I've been doing that as well. I also think the Cinelli stem is probably specific enough of an item that eBay might be a better route than my local Craigslist, for example.
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I'm sure there are some members salivating over some of ur stuff. Save fleabay fees by offering here first. I remember an earlier post of yours-up @ your grandparent's home. I thought to mself....'lucky dog!' Happy trails.
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Originally Posted by Chombi1 View Post
The NOS Cinelli 1A stem is quite rare, being the French 22mm diameter size (instead of the more common 22.2mm diameter neck).
I know it is French sized because it has that drilled on divot on the stem neck, right above quill slot end.
Only thing that might suppress its current market value is the very long 130mm extension, which not many people need for their bikes.
At first instinct, we might think the stem could be quite expensive, being French spec and there's always someone out there that is looking for a stem for his/her French C&V bike, but the really long extension (140mm?) Will mean that the market for this particular stem will be quite limited.
If it was at the more common 90 - 118mm extension, it could sell for around 100 bucks, or slightly higher, in mint/NOS condition, but unless you find a Giant desperately looking for a 140mm extension, French spec Cinelli 1A stem, it might just bring in 75 bucks at most, less if it is used and scratched up. JMOs....
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