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Value and model of this Legnano

Old 03-10-24, 12:52 PM
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Year, value and model of this Legnano

Seen in a Thrift Store, pretty sure the model they show is wrong… price as well. Campy shifter, Campy derailleur. Welded on brake levers?, Universal brakes, Legnano branded crank. Hubs unidentifiable.



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Its a mess. Has a cottered crank as well.
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I would estimate $500.
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all info a person could want and more can be found at the condorino.com web site

welded stem/bar set may be from Varese, two other possibles include Schierano and Ambrosio

chainguard and mudguards likely from Mazzucchelli

production on the cycle's Campag Sport gear mech may have ended 1957 if it is the 1013/2 edition; the 1013/3 edition launched in 1960

chainset may be Way-Assauto

handgrips are REG (Rampinelli)


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Man, the Legnanos are showing up like crazy!

Chainguard is a definite plus! If I felt like I REALLY needed another Leg (I don’t) - $350.
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It has couple real dings and potential crack in the frame at the seat post binder so I would say only $150 or so value mostly for the parts and cache of the bike. It's basically a cool wall hanger or rich guys garage decoration at this point.
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That is a Legnano Sportivo, late 50s, early 60s. I very much doubt that is a crack at the binder bolt. Just paint scratches from using the wrong tool to tighten it. In Italy, $100-$150. Probably more here, it has panache.
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