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Help With Valuation? Proctor 753

Old 07-23-13, 10:13 AM
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Help With Valuation? Proctor 753

I am in the process of purchasing a new to me road bike and something has got to go!

I have a mid 80s Proctor 56 cm 753 Reynolds framed bike that I still ride on occasion that I am considering moving out.

Let me say first that I loved this bike. Very responsive and great handling and I have owned it for over 25 years. I am at a loss though to assign a value to this bike. I don't want to sell too cheaply and I would love for it to go to a good home where it will receive the exercise that it deserves. It is in very good shape, original paint and stickers intact.

I will take some photos and post them later in the day along with more details.

Thanks in advance!

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Old 07-23-13, 10:39 AM
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Re-post this in the Appraisals section, with pictures. You should get the info you need from the forum members there. Good luck!
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You can start with posting your bike description and pics on the C&V appraisal forum on this site and then post your bike on the C&V Sales Forum once you establish a price for it using the appraisals for a basis. You will get the most people looking for a bike to see your bike for sale in there.

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Old 07-23-13, 01:13 PM
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Well, this seems to have been moved to the right place.

As for your question, it's a bit tricky valuing a Proctor, it seems to me - because it's a top-end bike, desirable to some and relatively hard-to-find for those looking, but not so well-known in the grand scheme of things.

The fact that it's a 753 bike adds to the 'exclusivity'. I have no idea if it's true, but in searching various forums for info on Proctor bikes I recall coming across one poster commenting that he believed Brad Proctor to be one of the only builders in Canada certified to work with 753.

Value of your bike will have a lot to do with the components as well, of course. I'm sure you'll fill us in.

I've seen a couple of slightly rougher examples in 531 (possibly Columbus?) with a so-so mixed bag of parts go as low as $250-300 in the past year here in BC, but I think that someone got a deal in those cases (assuming everything was shipshape). Seen a couple very nice frame sets in the $300 range and a bit up from there (e.g. on Pinkbike), with expected penalty for paint damage or rust. They don't come up often enough, from what I've seen, for valuation to be particularly obvious.

I certainly like my Proctor in 531c - in fact, I just hopped off it after running a little errand here on this sunny morning in Vancouver!

Perhaps some others here more knowledgeable about the market in Alberta, in particular, will be able to chime in...
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Thanks for the responses and thanks for moving me to the correct spot...
I guess I should have scrolled down a little further.

I will take some photos of the bike and post them up tomorrow.

I have mentioned some of the good about the bike. Here is the not so good side. The shop the bike was in was having trouble moving this bike so they had downgraded the component group and removed the Campy and installed Shimano's indexed 600 series.
The amazing thing is that these components have been absolutely bullet proof and still function very well! The other not so good is the tubing type stickers are missing and I believe they were removed because 753 was rumored to be fragile and prone to cracking. Is there a way to determine the tubing type after the fact? Couldn't tell you for sure, but the shop had sold it to me as a 753 frame.

Bike has never been stored outdoors or even in an unheated space.

More info to follow. Thanks!
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Will see if this works before I post more.
Thanks,
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Lengths measured C to C.
Seat tube = 56 cm
Top tube = 57 cm
Down tube = 63 cm
Chain stay = 41 cm
Seat stay = 53.5 cm
Head tube = 9.5 cm

Cinelli stem = 10 cm
Cinelli bars = 64 (6.4?) - 40
Campy seat post 27.2 mm

Anything else you would like to see on the bike?

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Old 07-24-13, 01:08 PM
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As later 753 was in various wall thicknesses, proving it is 753 will be a challenge I think. It will be assumed that it is better tubing.
This series of Shimano 600 was pretty durable and has a following but not a free spending following.
I would hope it would be worth more than $300 CD. but location could be the real determining factor.
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Very nice bike.

Could be tricky determining/confirming that it's 753, if this is the case. Apparently there were a range of seatpost sizes associated with that tube set (according to the info I've come across)...though a 27.4 seatpost might tend to confirm (though 26.8 or 27.2 seemingly don't exclude the possibility).

I'm really hesitant to put a value on it, but I'd be surprised if - in Vancouver, which is arguably an overpriced market - you couldn't sell this complete, and fairly quickly, for $400-500 to someone keen on a Canadian-built frame. You could perhaps get a bit more with patience and the right buyer. With a somewhat extravagant buyer, or someone really keen, who knows, but as I said initially Proctor isn't especially well-known or widely sought after (though you'll certainly find people in the know, and anyone specifically looking knows these don't come up often).

You could almost certainly get good value parting it out ($250-300 for frame/fork + $300 for wheels/parts sold off piece by piece), but that would be a shame.

If it were in my size and under $450, I'd be taking a serious look. And I already have one.

Others may disagree (folks in many locations in the the States obviously benefit from more reasonable market prices on bikes than in Vancouver, and the name probably loses cachet south of the 49th), but that's my ballpark based on the markets I'm familiar with...as I said in my earlier post, some notion of what the market is like in Alberta specifically might sway valuation one way or the other. While you may have folks keen on the marque, there may or may not be much competition among buyers to pick up these gems.

EDIT: 27.2 post doesn't tell us much about tubing...but it's going to be good stuff, whatever it is.

$300 (or even $350) would be a deal here in Vancouver (or in Toronto or Montreal), but yes...location is a factor.

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Old 07-24-13, 01:39 PM
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Thanks for your insight on the bike. I could weigh it, but I had put Schwalbe Marathon tires on it (clinchers) on Araya 700C rims and man those tires are heavy! I was going to commute with the bike when I put them on but never ended up riding it to work.

I would probably throw on a set of Wolber SL Cottons on it hang on to the Schwalbes.

I will get an aproximate weight without pedals.
(wonder if I kept the old 600 series pedals?)
Thanks again!
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A little more information.
The bike weighs in at 22.6 lbs as equipped, no pedals and an old cat eye on it!

Checked the outside diameter of the main tube set. Measured with a precision Chinese digital micrometer!
Seat tube = 28.80 mm diameter
Top tube = 25.46 mm "
Down tube = 28.72 mm "
Head tube = 31.86 mm "

Don't know if this would help in identifying the tube set.
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I have not seen any other Proctors with the internal cable routing like this one.
Another thing I have yet to find a proctor with the same fork crown.
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It's a sweet bike but unless you have proof of the tubing, you're SOL. That generation of Shimano 600 was good stuff but not sought after. Too bad they didn't put Dura Ace 7400 on it! It's a really nice bike and I agree that it's worth at least $300-400 but I don't know how easy of time you'll have selling it.
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I have not seen any other Proctors with the internal cable routing like this one.
Another thing I have yet to find a proctor with the same fork crown.
Indeed - I hadn't noticed the internal routing. And the crown did strike me as differing from the several other examples I've seen, but it seems to me that Brad Proctor did try a few different things in his day (I've certainly noticed several seat stay variants, etc., in the six-eight-ten of these I've spotted in person or otherwise).

I really don't know about the tubing. It is light, though!

Maybe a 'Reynolds' marking on the steerer, at least? Steerer might well be 531 in either case if indeed a Reynolds set (say, 531c or 753).

Agree w/others about the component group as well - but you already know that, having remarked on how the component set was 'downgraded' to 600 from campy by the shop.

Great colour for a Proctor, and I'm going to stick by my evaluation (though I admittedly leave it a bit open there).

In any case, I'm glad to see it! Condition makes this one stand out. Popular size. It'll make someone a great C&V rider, that's for sure.
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz View Post
Maybe a 'Reynolds' marking on the steerer, at least? Steerer might well be 531 in either case if indeed a Reynolds set (say, 531c or 753).
That's a thought. I could pull it apart and have a quick look.

Thanks!
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keep it and ride it !
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That is not a bad thought either...
I did post it on the local Kijiji. Lots of views but no one is filling my in box at this point in time!
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Originally Posted by billybek View Post
Thanks for the responses and thanks for moving me to the correct spot...
I guess I should have scrolled down a little further.

I will take some photos of the bike and post them up tomorrow.

I have mentioned some of the good about the bike. Here is the not so good side. The shop the bike was in was having trouble moving this bike so they had downgraded the component group and removed the Campy and installed Shimano's indexed 600 series.
The amazing thing is that these components have been absolutely bullet proof and still function very well! The other not so good is the tubing type stickers are missing and I believe they were removed because 753 was rumored to be fragile and prone to cracking. Is there a way to determine the tubing type after the fact? Couldn't tell you for sure, but the shop had sold it to me as a 753 frame.

Bike has never been stored outdoors or even in an unheated space.

More info to follow. Thanks!
The 753 frames I have seen (I also have two of them) seemed to have had nicer lugwork with a lot more attention to thinning them out but that only suggests that the frame might be something else and not that Brad did not make a 753 frame with more basic lugs.

You would be hard pressed to replace this frame and fork for less than $2000.00 on today's handbuilt market and these are some exceptionally nice, relatively less known, and greatly undervalued bicycles.

With an 600 tri-colour group and brifters my 53/53 Proctor weighs 21 pounds with wheels that are like boat anchors and pedals... it is some stupidly light tubing and a larger size frame would have warranted the use of some thicker walled tubes to add strength for a larger rider.

Proctor bikes were one off while Proctor Townsend bicycles were built in small series and were all built out of Edmonton at High Country Sports, Jim Moulden also built frames at High Country before he went off and founded his own shop.

A Proctor in this kind of condition should sell for a lot more than $500.00 but it becomes a matter of finding a buyer who appreciates what it is.

If I had owned this bike for 25 years I'd be keeping it for another 25... you are not going to run across these every day.
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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post
The 753 frames I have seen (I also have two of them) seemed to have had nicer lugwork with a lot more attention to thinning them out but that only suggests that the frame might be something else and not that Brad did not make a 753 frame with more basic lugs.

You would be hard pressed to replace this frame and fork for less than $2000.00 on today's handbuilt market and these are some exceptionally nice, relatively less known, and greatly undervalued bicycles.

With an 600 tri-colour group and brifters my 53/53 Proctor weighs 21 pounds with wheels that are like boat anchors and pedals... it is some stupidly light tubing and a larger size frame would have warranted the use of some thicker walled tubes to add strength for a larger rider.

Proctor bikes were one off while Proctor Townsend bicycles were built in small series and were all built out of Edmonton at High Country Sports, Jim Moulden also built frames at High Country before he went off and founded his own shop.

A Proctor in this kind of condition should sell for a lot more than $500.00 but it becomes a matter of finding a buyer who appreciates what it is.

If I had owned this bike for 25 years I'd be keeping it for another 25... you are not going to run across these every day.
Thanks for your input!

There are 3 Proctor bikes on the Alberta Kijiji right now. One is dressed in touring racks and what not for $1100 the other a single speed conversion for $500. I guess judging by condition that I am listing mine too cheaply.

Is the red bike in your collection a 753 frameset? Could you post a couple of close ups of the lugs on the frame of your 753 bike(s)? One thing that I have found about 753 frames is that the lugs were shorter in depth to avoid overheating tubes.

Another question for you Proctor frame owners. Is the first number in the serial number the year produced?

I will take a better shot of the fork and crown. Most of the Proctor frames do not seem to have the same fork on them.

If I cannot get a decent dollar for the bike, I will find room for it in my stable. It looks as though I am going to pickup the Lemond Victore that I have been demoing for a few weeks. I have gotten the go ahead from the owner to swap out the bars and seat post.



The seat post is a Bontrager offset post that keeps slipping if I put the weight to the back of the saddle. The bike fitter mentioned I might benefit from a zero offset post for this bike. The bars are too wide and a little too much reach for me.
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Old 08-01-13, 08:04 PM
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Found the original freewheel in my bike parts. No sign of the original pedals yet.
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Just to chime back in here after a little vacation away from all electronic communications media: I'm glad that Sixty Fiver put in his two cents. As noted, I can't speak to the AB market, and consider the fact that your bike is possibly a 753 frame to be a wildcard. Did you pull the fork and check for a Reynolds imprint? As noted, that wouldn't confirm/disconfirm 753, but nonetheless, with no decals, something at least...

As for the serial question, I don't know and haven't seen info online that would indicate either way. I suspect not. Sixty Fiver?

Certainly, if you're not in a hurry, don't sell low (unless perhaps to a buyer who could use a break and would treat it right). As I said in my initial response, I'd consider anything under $400 a real deal, and would be not at all surprised it you could get a figure a bit higher. If you could establish that your frame is 753, or even if it's simply an exemplary frame, an in-the-know buyer might well be willing to toss up a good portion of that figure just for frame/fork. Again, as suggested not just by me, it's all about finding someone who appreciates what it is and has an eye out for such a gem.

In the spirit of the forums, perhaps you could post a few close-up pics of the lugs so we could consider Sixty Fiver's suggestion about 753 frames exhibiting especially fine lug filing, etc? My frame has very nice lugs IMHO, though the dropout treatment, I'll admit, isn't quite as pretty as some of my nicest bikes (Marinoni, Mercian).

I'd keep it too, but then I don't have a new bike to pay down...just a bunch of old ones!

p.s. Kudos on the unicycle skills! Wish I could do that...
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I will get some lug pics today... have been rather busy of late.

The other Proctor is at the main shop waiting on some repairs.
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I have a little project that has gone off the rails.

i will have more time to get the headset apart and look at the steer tube and get some better lug photos in a week or two.

thanks!
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Well, a little has happened since the last post.
First I want to say thanks to the people who have helped out on this thread.
Second I did have the bike posted on Kijiji locally since the end of July. I listed the bike for $600 and I had a few nibbles and low ball offers. A couple of offers to trade and a one guy saying he would take it in the spring so he could move the bike himself.

The bike sold for a little less than the asking price today and I am truly sad to see it go.

By the way, I actually made contact with Brad Proctor and asked about identifying the tubing type. His very simple answer was to take it to a good frame builder or a shop good with repairs and alignments and see if it would take a cold set.
I didn't do that but I was very forthright with the information about the frame and the buyer was very up to speed about the builder.

All in all it worked out and everyone is happy. I did take the bike for a quick spin today for the last time. A few memories just rode away down the road.

Thanks all!
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