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58cm Daccordi Frame and fork plus Campy stuff - $100.00

Old 06-05-21, 12:44 PM
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58cm Daccordi Frame and fork plus Campy stuff - $100.00

Before getting too far into this offer, take the time to read this link regarding the bike's appraisal value.

The frame/fork set and components have been sold. Thanks to the buyer and those others who expressed interest.

I am offering the frame, fork, Campagnolo head set without balls, the Campagnolo bottom bracket, the Campagnolo crank and the Campagnolo brake calipers (no adjusters) for $100.00 US plus the cost to ship. The c-c measurement on the seat tube is 58cm.









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And what is the record from time of post to sale?
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And what is the record from time of post to sale?
Yet to be marked sold. Get your hat in the ring lad!!
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Cute project bike. Alas, just a tad too large for me. I can handle my 58cm Univega only because I've installed albatross bars to reduce the reach a bit. But if that fit I'd build it up as-is and just ride it as a classy beater bike.
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If it was 57cm, I would have cried...
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Great deal.
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Jesus, that's the deal of the century. ("Paint cracks at the lugs" LOLOLOL.) Would you ship this to Ireland?

I'm deadly serious, I'll give you $100 all day long + shipping (unless it's ridiculous to ship). Please put me top in the queue...
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The bike is pending to the first person to agree to purchase. I sent him the cost to ship and if he agrees, then the deal is done. There are two more interested buyers at the moment and as for shipping to Ireland - no problem. The only place that I have not shipped a bike or frame set to is Antarctica. The penguins legs are just too short:-)
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I'm tempted to offer above the asking price... but that wouldn't be ethical. I'm all about good karma these days!
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Originally Posted by SoccerBallXan View Post
Yet to be marked sold. Get your hat in the ring lad!!
sorry for any confusion that may have been caused
No interest in more projects at the moment. I was only remarking on how quickly someone was ready to buy. Shows that it was a good price. But in my understanding, sending a PM is intent to buy. To me, that means the item is off the table.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Spadoni View Post
sorry for any confusion that may have been caused
No interest in more projects at the moment. I was only remarking on how quickly someone was ready to buy. Shows that it was a good price. But in my understanding, sending a PM is intent to buy. To me, that means the item is off the table.
Intent to buy and buying are a different beast! I intend to buy all my dream bikes, but have only bought a few. If you see a deal you like, always put a word in. Who knows whatís transpiring between others personal message... not you!

Shrevvy will need to give us a final word on those scuff marks Iíll enjoy seeing it built.
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While the sale seemed fast, I had been following the appraisal thread since the start a week or so ago. So, everything was pretty much hashed out there. In other forums, the custom is to post an "I'll Take it" in the thread. That seems rare in these forums and most post a "PM sent" in the sales threads. My PM was an "I'll Take It, let me know shipping costs."
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Originally Posted by Mr. Spadoni View Post
sorry for any confusion that may have been caused
No interest in more projects at the moment. I was only remarking on how quickly someone was ready to buy. Shows that it was a good price. But in my understanding, sending a PM is intent to buy. To me, that means the item is off the table.

My policy is to listen to all interested parties, keeping track of who indicates interest to purchase first, then second, then third and so on. If the first chooses to opt out, then I go to the next person who expressed interest. Doing it your way would, perhaps, discourage others from tossing their hat into the ring. To that add that sending a PM is not an intent to buy. It is an intent to find out more about a potential purchase such as how much shipping would be. One of the interested people would have been facing a shipping cost of about $250.00 US. He or she would, perhaps, have changed their mind leaving others to think that the stuff was no longer available.

Even when the potential buyers says that he or she will buy the item, I do not take it "off the table" until the stuff has been paid for. There are just too many people who lack ethics, seeing little or no need to keep their word. And many is the time that the buyer said "yes" and then changed their mind later.

I should add that others have brought up similar criticisms when they feel that they have missed a good deal.
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Just speaking for myself, this is honorable, and I think most would agree. I wouldn't do business any other way!

That said, what a great darn deal!!!

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My policy is to listen to all interested parties, keeping track of who indicates interest to purchase first, then second, then third and so on. If the first chooses to opt out, then I go to the next person who expressed interest. Doing it your way would, perhaps, discourage others from tossing their hat into the ring. To that add that sending a PM is not an intent to buy. It is an intent to find out more about a potential purchase such as how much shipping would be. One of the interested people would have been facing a shipping cost of about $250.00 US. He or she would, perhaps, have changed their mind leaving others to think that the stuff was no longer available.

Even when the potential buyers says that he or she will buy the item, I do not take it "off the table" until the stuff has been paid for. There are just too many people who lack ethics, seeing little or no need to keep their word. And many is the time that the buyer said "yes" and then changed their mind later.

I should add that others have brought up similar criticisms when they feel that they have missed a good deal.
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For what it is worth, a fellow recently agreed, in writing, to buy this old Torpado...


But, for reasons of his own, he changed his mind and backed out. These days and meaning no offense to honorable buyers, no money no funny. Too bad for the fellow who backed out. He did not like the fact that it had been hand painted by me (painted lots of bikes this way and I am truly satisfied with the professional and vintage looking results)...
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My policy is to listen to all interested parties, keeping track of who indicates interest to purchase first, then second, then third and so on. If the first chooses to opt out, then I go to the next person who expressed interest. Doing it your way would, perhaps, discourage others from tossing their hat into the ring. To that add that sending a PM is not an intent to buy. It is an intent to find out more about a potential purchase such as how much shipping would be. One of the interested people would have been facing a shipping cost of about $250.00 US. He or she would, perhaps, have changed their mind leaving others to think that the stuff was no longer available.

Even when the potential buyers says that he or she will buy the item, I do not take it "off the table" until the stuff has been paid for. There are just too many people who lack ethics, seeing little or no need to keep their word. And many is the time that the buyer said "yes" and then changed their mind later.

I should add that others have brought up similar criticisms when they feel that they have missed a good deal.
Thanks for the well considered response. I will think before I type next time. My first post should have ...congratulations on a quick sale. And by off the table, I really meant that I understood that someone wanted to buy it, and were this an item I wanted, I would ask to be put in line, as is your practice. Also, I think I now understand why there was a forum request a while back to not comment on items for sale. I am going to adopt this for myself. Again, sorry for causing a flap.
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