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Old 03-14-18, 01:21 PM
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Campagnolo Chorus Group

So what might be a general price to expect for a mid-late 90's 8spd complete group with wheels and bars? Used but not abused sorta condition.
I'd appreciate your thoughts
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I think a typical price for a basic group ranges from $200 to $400. This would not include wheels, bars, stem but might include the post and headset. Wheels with the nice Chorus hubs from that era can add a couple hundred bucks. IMO bars are usually a throw in item. As always, pics help.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs View Post
I think a typical price for a basic group ranges from $200 to $400. This would not include wheels, bars, stem but might include the post and headset. Wheels with the nice Chorus hubs from that era can add a couple hundred bucks. IMO bars are usually a throw in item. As always, pics help.


I'd agree, if we were speaking about 9 speed. 8 speed? Not so much. Cassettes are out there, but they're not growing on trees like they used to. Virtually no aftermarket support, aside from one or two choices in Miche cassettes. Not like Shimano.
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I was meaning the whole thing - w/ HS, BB, seatpost, complete wheels, ITM bars/stem. Sorta BYO frame kinda thing

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