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Old 07-30-10, 10:36 AM
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Custom Frame With Campy Parts

I am semi new to biking and would just like to know others opinions of my bike. I also am in need of a bigger frame so I would like to know how much i could get for this bike in order to upgrade to a larger frame. These pictures are with my iphone so if you need better quality pictures let me know. Here are the specs...or at least what i know.. Any direction or thoughts are much appreciated!

Custom Dreesens Frame- http://dreesens.wordpress.com/about/
Velocity Rims
ITM Super Italia Drop Bars
Suntour 5000 FD
Vitus Aluminum Fork
San Marco Rolls saddle
*Stem Unknown
Campy Delta Brakes
Campy Mirage RD
Campy C Record Headset
Campy Small Record Hubs
Campy Cassette
Campy Croce D'aune crank
Campy Friction Shifters
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Old 07-30-10, 11:23 AM
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A price for the bike or for the frame only? Are you trying to keep some or all of the components?

I would say that with combination of parts, you would probably be better served parting this one out.

And are you sure about the Pista crank? It looks to have inside landings to me.
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Old 07-30-10, 11:37 AM
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I am open to either. I am just looking for my best option to upgrade to a larger but nice frame. I am aware that parting it out would take dramatically longer. This bike is both my touring and commuter, so I would rather not go months without a bike if possible. I am not 100% sure about the cranks that is all I could find after searching for a bit. Thanks!

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Old 07-30-10, 11:50 AM
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Croce d'aune crank.
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Old 07-30-10, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by brandondavisetc View Post
I am aware that parting it out would take dramatically longer.!
You can part out a bike in a week using eBay. Just dismantle the bike, photograph everything well, load the parts and let 'er rip.

I just parted out a bike and it took me about 3 weeks because I did in a couple of phases; I could have had it done faster if that was a goal. I think it was 19 separate auctions (did not include the frame, fork or headset). Mine was mostly vintage Campy, everything sold for more or less what I thought it was "worth."
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Old 07-30-10, 02:53 PM
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+1. Part it out. Those brakes are worth a lot on their own. Be prepared. eBay prices are all over the place these days.
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I would definitely part that one out. Dressens may be a fine builder, but not widely known (at least I don't recall hearing about him, and I'm interested in custom builders and have been to NAHBS). Someone who wants the parts wouldn't necessrily want the frame and vice versa.
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