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Old 07-17-20, 11:29 AM
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Campagnolo with Campania on it

I'm confused this bike has campagnolo parts all over it and then the Campania on it!?

Any help would be great 😊
I picked this up to resale and I'm just stumped.
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Old 07-17-20, 01:10 PM
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If it looks like this, lucky you, the bike presented in the pic, is a Campagnia Professional...


You might also find something interesting in this Bike Forums thread. That said, just Google Campagnia bicycle and Bob's your uncle...
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Campania is the brand of the bike. They were based out of California. Most of their frames were made in Japan.

Campagnolo is the brand of the components on the bike.
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I picked this up to resale and I'm just stumped.
Quite a nice bike, but as shown in that photo, not worth much. Needs many hours of work to get much out of it on resale
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Old 07-19-20, 08:27 PM
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Any help would be great. I picked this up to resale and I'm just stumped.
I'd part out or keep all the Campagnolo bits and either sell the frameset or build it back up with vintage Japanese stuff as a beater.
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