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Univega Nuovo Sport

Old 03-07-23, 03:49 PM
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Univega Nuovo Sport

12-speed Univega Nuovo Sport serial # 0i 64289 so I think it's a 1980. Shimano component group, 27X1 1/4 wheels/tires, the pedals, seat & seat post are not original, but I think all the rest is. Any idea what it's worth?









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It's lower mid level, but the paint looks great (as is so often the case with Univega and Miyata). I'd shoot for $150 in the Spring in a big market city. $50-$100 more if you rotate the drops level with the top tube.
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Imo, $140 +/- $20
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"$50-$100 more if you rotate the drops level with the top tube." do you mean rotate the handlebars so the bottom part is parallel to the top tube?

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Originally Posted by es1bkacsur
do you mean rotate the handlebars ..?



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In Los Angeles these are regularly listed at $200 and stay listed for months. Agree with appraisals above $100-$150
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