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Daccordi road bike: any idea what it is worth?

Old 09-09-10, 08:57 AM
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Daccordi road bike: any idea what it is worth?

I got this used Daccordi road bike when I lived in Sicily. I'm not much of a road bike person and will be selling it or doing a trade in to get a mt.bike. I don't know if this is a classic or vintage bike because I can't find any information on it.

There is a sticker that reads (and my translation):
Tubazioni (pipe)
Selezionate (selected)
Tecno
Doppio Spessone (double thickness)

I took some pictures but forgot to take a picture of the other side which has a signature on the frame. I'm attaching the pictures

I tried even going by the Daccordi font to find out what year it is but haven't found anything. If anyone has an idea I'd appreciate your help. Thanks
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Old 11-24-10, 04:48 PM
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I date this Daccordi between 1997 and 2001. But it`s a guess.
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Old 11-25-10, 06:23 AM
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The other big factor affecting the price is component group, which you don't mention. It's almost impossibble to tell from small, non-drive pics, but they do look like mid-level, mid to late 1990s Shimano components. If you reference the components page of the Vintage-Trek website, it will tell you how to find and decypher Shimano's date codes, which should put you within a year of the frame date.
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