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Vintage Campagnolo Nuovo/Record ^New Pics^

Old 12-23-16, 08:46 PM
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Vintage Campagnolo Nuovo/Record ^New Pics^

Here we go with new and improved pics of some Campagnolo parts that came off a vintage 70's Legnano Roma. The general consensus was the headset, bb and shift levers were all original oem 70's era Nuovo Record parts for the Roma, and the brake calipers were 80's era Record 2040 (some thought short throw perhaps) and the crankset to be 1988 Chorus. Any Campy Wizards care to chime in? Thanks in Advance!
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Old 12-23-16, 08:55 PM
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The brake calipers have flat QR levers so they cannot be very late; definitely pre-CPSC.

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Other than the cranks, everything could be age appropriate with the frame. The brakes are definitely pre-1978 although the rear has an improper pivot bolt.
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Other than the cranks, everything could be age appropriate with the frame. The brakes are definitely pre-1978 although the rear has an improper pivot bolt.
Agreed...not a gold mine here..check ebay for sold prices and deduct 20-30% for Craigslist....more if trying to sell here.
Good Luck on the sale. Ben
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Originally Posted by Kactus View Post
Other than the cranks, everything could be age appropriate with the frame. The brakes are definitely pre-1978 although the rear has an improper pivot bolt.
With the better image, the odd fastener is a nylock nut, the bolt is correct I am pretty sure.
The brakes are normal reach, the one side that shows Brev. Inter. Would be Brev. Int. For the short reach caliper.
Not enough space to fit all the letters.
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Try to retain those original domed brake pad holder nuts......
Lots of people do not notice the domed top of the nuts and mistakenly replace them with plain flat topped nuts that come with lesser model holders. They are not that expensive to replace, but sometimes they take some time to come up for sale at places at eBay......
The domed nuts also provide that finishing icing on the cake for the calipers....
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1 View Post
Agreed...not a gold mine here..check ebay for sold prices and deduct 20-30% for Craigslist....more if trying to sell here.
Good Luck on the sale. Ben
Awesome, did not think they were super valuable, but Im trying to become more versed in Id'ing Campagnolo parts, seems to be pretty vague in their branding unlike Shimano, Suntour etc. Plus I want to accurately list them when I sell so I dont sell them without a idea as to value or misrepresent them to a buyer. Did not realize I could sell on here to. How does that work?
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Plus, if you are planning on selling this stuff, you might want to think about total disassembly and cleaning the gunk off everything, re-lube where needed and reassemble.
Especially the brakes and shifters.
Clean parts will garner more dough.

Interesting that one shift lever got drilled out and the other didn't.
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