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Old 12-19-22, 01:13 PM
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Bianchi Vittoria

I'm looking at a mid-80's Bianchi Vittoria, Campy Athena I think. No quoted price so I was wondering what I might make for a reasonable offer.
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Or share some pics and you might get some specific advice
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Originally Posted by Steel Charlie
I'm looking at a mid-80's Bianchi Vittoria, Campy Athena I think. No quoted price so I was wondering what I might make for a reasonable offer.
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Unless someone swapped it out a Vittoria should have a Victory group. Pics? Link?
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Well I bought my 85 earlier this year and she is all stock sans, cables, grease, and tape. Paid $800 for it but this is the SF Bay Area.
Full Campagnolo victory group set. Rides like a dream and I felt it was a fair price never being messed with.



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Originally Posted by Fairlane63
Well I bought my 83 earlier this year... Full Campagnolo Victory groupset. Rides like a dream.
Congrats, beautiful bike.

I think '83 is a little early for Victory. I would call it '84. It could be the frameset was assembled in '83, though.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Unless someone swapped it out a Vittoria should have a Victory group. Pics? Link?
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Yes indeed. The antique brain fades again . There are no pics or link to share. Local thing. It doesn't seem to have any damage but it's pretty crusty. Def in need of some TLC. Neither the owner or I really have a feeling for value with it looking like it does. For me, something like $300 would be a stretch but WTF do I know?
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Originally Posted by Steel Charlie
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Yes indeed. The antique brain fades again . There are no pics or link to share. Local thing. It doesn't seem to have any damage but it's pretty crusty. Def in need of some TLC. Neither the owner or I really have a feeling for value with it looking like it does. For me, something like $300 would be a stretch but WTF do I know?
Thanks for the notes

Where do things stand. If it needs an overhaul and good cleaning $300 probably is about right.
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Sorta on hold for the holidays. Debating need levels for a mid line bike - not like I don't have anything to ride
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Well, the owner decided that the bike is so in need of a new home that he offered it to me at a price I can't refuse. That and the wife said that it'll be hella easy to flip it this summer if I decide that I don't like it.
And last week I sold a rear wheel and some freewheels for more than the guy wants for the bike ......
Prolly go pick it up this evening
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Nice, posst pics when you can!
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I wait around for deals usually on Bianchi’s atleast in my area on the west coast as they don’t seem to sell extremely fast. If you have to have it though I’d go for it!
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