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Campagnolo Components (80s - early 90s) --Bottom Bracket, Crankset, Pedals

Old 03-30-19, 06:18 PM
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Campagnolo Components (80s - early 90s) --Bottom Bracket, Crankset, Pedals

A buddy recently replaced components from a mid-late 80s DeRosa and asked me for an opinion on value of each part. I know very little about these parts, so I am posting them here for knowledgeable opinions.
I used VeloBase.com in an attempt to identify each part. Please let me know if you feel any are misidentified. All parts were functioning normally when removed from the frame.
Thanks for your time!

1. Campagnolo Nuovo Record Strada bottom bracket (1046/a); Italian thread (36mm x 24tpi); 115mm spindle length; square taper
2. Campagnolo Super Record Strada crankset (170mm); square taper; 42/52T chain rings
3. Campagnolo C-Record pedals (305/501); Campagnolo toe clips and straps



Campagnolo Nuovo Record Strada bottom bracket (1046/a); Italian thread (36mm x 24tpi); 115mm spindle length; 70-SS




Campagnolo Super Record Strada crankset (170mm); square taper; 42/52T chain rings




Campagnolo C-Record pedals (305/501); Campagnolo toe clips and straps


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Condition is king when it comes to evaluating Campy components. The SR crank should fetch a decent amount even with the ankle/shoe rub on the arm faces. Rings seems to have moderate wear. Maybe 95 - 100 bucks, max.
In mint condition they could easily go for 175, IMO.
The C Record pedals are quite hard to find in good, used condition, as they tended to get gouges and grind marks at the bottoms (Especially when owners use them as bike stands on curbs) and the bearing cap areas. This pair seems to have a bit of those, but still in quite good, servicable/ "rider" condition. Maybe 75 bucks, max.
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Need to find the missing dust cap on that crankset.

On BB, inspect spindle carefully for wear; divets on bearing track mainly.

Pedals might be $100 or more if they spin super smooth. Clean them up first.

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You will get WELL over $100 for those pedals on eBay. My bike co-op sold a similar pair (in better condition, though) for $250 or $300 on eBay about a year ago. Yours has the collectable leather straps, which people apparently go crazy for.
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Originally Posted by Chombi1 View Post
Condition is king when it comes to evaluating Campy components. The SR crank should fetch a decent amount even with the ankle/shoe rub on the arm faces. Rings seems to have moderate wear. Maybe 95 - 100 bucks, max.
In mint condition they could easily go for 175, IMO.
The C Record pedals are quite hard to find in good, used condition, as they tended to get gouges and grind marks at the bottoms (Especially when owners use them as bike stands on curbs) and the bearing cap areas. This pair seems to have a bit of those, but still in quite good, servicable/ "rider" condition. Maybe 75 bucks, max.
Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
Need to find the missing dust cap on that crankset.

On BB, inspect spindle carefully for wear; divets on bearing track mainly.

Pedals might be $100 or more if they spin super smooth. Clean them up first.
Originally Posted by samkl View Post
You will get WELL over $100 for those pedals on eBay. My bike co-op sold a similar pair (in better condition, though) for $250 or $300 on eBay about a year ago. Yours has the collectable leather straps, which people apparently go crazy for.
Thanks all for your estimates and comments. Much appreciated!
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Super Record bottom bracket had a titanium spindle and is not very common, so you might want to double check that. Average price on a Record/ Nuovo Record BB is $50. The crankset $75-100. I also agree that the C Record pedals have more value and I wouldn’t ask for less than $100. I sold a similar set of Athena pedals without straps for $90 or $100 about a year ago.
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