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One sided 70's Campagnolo downtube shifter

Old 03-07-13, 01:22 PM
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One sided 70's Campagnolo downtube shifter

Velobase is telling me this is either a 1013/1A, Gran sport (single sided) shifter or a 1013/1, Record (single sided) shifter. How can tell the difference? I have the matching single sided Cable guide too. I see this component as more rare than useful but i still don't know how much it could be worth. The shifting lever looks NOS but everything else seems to be used. The cable guide is a little rustier than the shifter so i'm guessing they were separate at one time. I would like the forums opinion.

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Not 100% sure but I'd say that: since it has the D-ring it's Record (Gran Sport would have a slotted head).
As for value: all I can say is that I bought just a shift lever and band with no cable guide about 8 years ago for around $25 to $30.
Didn't even end up using it on my intended project...
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$50 might be a fair price, But at that i would rather keep it.
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$50 might be a fair price, But at that i would rather keep it.
You will be keeping it, in that case. I doubt you will get $50 for it.
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I sold a left hand single GS Sport shifter like that on ebay for $35 + free shipping. I started the price at $35 and got one bid.

I sold a right hand single GS Sport shifter like that on ebay for $30 + free shipping. I started the price at $30 and got one bid.

Not much demand out there or value.
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I agree but they are rare, cool, and i can use them on a custom build.
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I agree but they are rare, cool, and i can use them on a custom build.
That's what I would do if I was you. I also think they are cool.
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I agree but they are rare, cool, and i can use them on a custom build.
With my auction, I was hoping for 2 Japanese enthusiasts getting into a bidding war. I wish you better luck whatever your decision.
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I was hoping for 2 Japanese enthusiasts getting into a bidding war.
Isn't that what we all hope for on every ebay ad? haha
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