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Cinelli adjustable stem.

Old 12-09-11, 03:27 PM
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Cinelli adjustable stem.

Like this one but with condition issues to the wedge bolt. Chorme is good.

Any guesstimates?

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North of $700 with the quill wedge.

Very rare Cinelli Stayer badged adjustable pista stem

Rare Cinelli Milano Adjustable Steel Track Stayer Stem (27 bids; winning bid $776.00)
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Thanks Stan,

I'm working on a grop buy which includes that stem, hopefully the owner doesnt pull it from the lot.
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I just found one


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with the badge on it, I'd value it around $800-$900. caveat, it'll likely be on the market for a while before you find a buyer willing to pay that. the folks who know what these are and willing to pay what they're worth to acquire are mostly over the age of 60 by now; most often it's someone restoring a vintage Schwinn Paramount track bike. I had one without the badge that I priced at $700. It sat around for about 2 years before someone ponied up the cash.
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Pretty much any of these adjustable stems that you see sell for silly high prices. I have seen lesser branded junk go for $100-200 so if you see them they should be a good buy. Hope you get the lot with the stem and some other good stuff. What was the draw on these is with the long quill and bar clamp adjuster that you could flip one could one could near perfect bar setup within a few mm which actually mattered in track racing.

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I see them for sale for $700-$800. But I have never seen one actually sell for that price.
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I wasn't even thinking value for now... as I move parts etc. I'm enjoying seeing and sharing the unique and the mundane on my Charlie's Shed thread - and you'll see the mundane when I do an "unboxing" on the boxed NOS Universal side-pull brakes lol -but I'll save you from the Tange headsets
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