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Old 11-07-16, 03:25 PM
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Tommaso

I am asking for advice for my neighbor. Her husband died and she wants to sell. I guessed $400 but I am not familiar really. It has campagnolo.
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Old 11-07-16, 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Curry.c View Post
I am asking for advice for my neighbor. Her husband died and she wants to sell. I guessed $400 but I am not familiar really. It has campagnolo.

Where are you located?
Also, what is the frame size? It looks to be 63cm/25" based on the picture. Good for me and those on the taller side of life, but that also limits the pool of potential buyers.
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Hi I'm in Arizona. I will have to measure but yes, very large frame
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Old 11-07-16, 07:06 PM
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Can't see what the frame is made of but this is one of those instances where you'd probably get more as a part out. Given the size, I think you're in the right range at $400. Maybe another $50-$100 to the right buyer. Even more if the frame has a high end tubing decal on it.
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I had a Tommaso exactly like this one! Maybe a size smaller...I sold it whole for $500 in the New England area (when I lived there). This is a fantastic riding bike! I only sold that one because I got ANOTHER Tommaso...
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