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Steel Marinoni from the 90s, with 600EX Ultegra groupset

Old 03-25-12, 11:02 PM
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Steel Marinoni from the 90s, with 600EX Ultegra groupset

I could potentially get one, assuming the frame and parts are in good condition. It's $500, and that seems a bit steep to me.
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Old 03-26-12, 03:58 AM
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I recently sold my Marinoni Squadra for double the asking price of the bicycle presented by the OP. If the bike is in good condition, then $500 is a very good price,in my opinion. I should add that I have owned and sold several old Marinoni road bicycles, and they all sold for more than the asking price suggested by the OP...
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600EX Ultegra? I would have to see that haha. 600EX became 600 Ultegra, then finally just Ultegra. If this is 600 Ultegra that would be consistent with early 90s.

Randy, I believe your selling prices but your bikes are in amazingly pristine ready-to-ride shape and well marketed. I would have to see pictures before dropping $500 on a bike based on the description "Steel Marinoni from the 90s."
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Randy, I believe your selling prices but your bikes are in amazingly pristine ready-to-ride shape and well marketed. I would have to see pictures before dropping $500 on a bike based on the description "Steel Marinoni from the 90s."
I agree with the "well marketed" comment but my bikes are hardly pristine, in my opinion. That said, like you, I would not drop a dime without a very careful on-line investigation of what I wanted to buy, and that includes good pictures.
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