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Ciocc Designer 84 Microf. C. 40

Old 02-24-18, 06:53 PM
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Ciocc Designer 84 Microf. C. 40

Ciocc Designer 84 Microf. C. 40 Frame 56 cm Columbus SLX Tubing

Looks like campagnolo super record derailleurs headset, shifters, bottom bracket, crankset, brakes and levers and seat post. Cinelli Stem and Bars. Cyclepro hubs laced with Wolber Super Champion Gentleman GTA clinchers. Any body have any idea on value? Couldn't find a whole lot on Ebay completed/sold. Paint is in good condition with just a couple chips here and there, but overall it looks really nice. San Marco Rolls seat is worn though. [IMG]Ciocc by Luke Miller, on Flickr[/IMG]

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In my market (Seattle-Portland) that may go for $750 - $800 +/-. If it had new bar tape, brake hoods and clean saddle maybe $1000. I had one like it and it's a nice riding frame, but there does seem to be a lot of them out there.
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$600-700 as pictured, local sale.

I own one and love it!
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Can you get more pics? Aside from having the wrong brake pads something looks funny about the brake calipers.

I've always wanted to try a Coicc but they never seen to come up in my size when I have the money. I agree with Kactus you do seem to see them for sale often so I wouldn't call it rare.

I would want a $100+/- discount for the wrong brake pads and no hoods. What is the maintenance status? When was the last time the bearings were overhauled? If the buyer can't perform that maintenance then another $50-100 discount may be in order.

$650-700ish might be a good price
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It is red, so that makes it faster than your average Ciöcc. Great frameset, although Ciöcc tends to be a little undervalued (unfairly IMO) compared to other Italians. Wheelset detracts a little from value but I think $750-800 is a fair price. Parted out frame is about $300-400 and Super Record group is about $400 or more.
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One of my favorites, and in my opinion one of the best riding bikes. Ebay prices for these are ridiculous though.
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