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Old 07-22-17, 03:20 PM
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Vicini 80's

I have a small framed Vicini. I need to sell it but have no idea of its value. 27 1/16" rims. It hasn't done many miles. Who should I talk to? In Brisbane, QLD Australia.
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Old 07-22-17, 11:14 PM
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I'll be the bad guy

The reason there have been 60 views and no responses is because we need pics. We truly can't tell you anything regarding value without them as Vicini had various levels of quality, and of course condition, too, is extremely important when assigning value.

Post some pics, you'll get some valuation input, guaranteed.

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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
I'll be the bad guy

The reason there have been 60 views and no responses is because we need pics. We truly can't tell you anything regarding value without them as Vicini had various levels of quality, and of course condition, too, is extremely important when assigning value.

Post some pics, you'll get some valuation input, guaranteed.

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Thanks mate. I was on phone and difficult to upload image. I did it on desktop and we got it upside down - hope that gives you guys a good idea
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From the pic it appears the paint has been mistreated a bit, so that affects value. It's also pushing the limits of small, so only going to be of interest to a small percentage of people.

Check out the parts and share the brandings with us. Also, look for a decal - probably Columbus - on the frame tubes so we can ID what tubing was used. A few close-up pics of the lugs joining the tubes together would help assess level of build quality.

From the pic I can't ID a single component with certainty, so I'd be loathe to give a number as to value at this time.

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the size is 50.5cm (seat post to middle of Bottom Bracket)

More photos attached. I can't see any decal (columbus) for the tube ID.

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That is small. As stated, more detail photos and drive side with higher resolution.
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That is small. As stated, more detail photos and drive side with higher resolution.
I have added more info - what do you think?
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Raise the saddle so it's one inch higher than the handlebars. When I see a saddle buried like that I get worried seat post is stuck,

No idea of values down under, around here $200. Really odd mix of parts: Shimano 105 and 600, Modolo, and Ofmega. Tires don't match, scraped up paint.

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