Vintage Bianchi (Made in Italy)

Discussion in 'General Bike Discussion' started by CvM, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. CvM

    CvM New Member

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    A vintage Bianchi road bike has been sitting in a garage for a few years.

    Can you give me any info on it or tell me what its worth?
    Bianchi frame Campy parts and

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    if interested contact me via email: [email protected] please
     
  2. ReCYCLE

    ReCYCLE New Member

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    Off topic here but I like the color : ]
     

  3. Industry_Hack

    Industry_Hack Total noob (& forum admin) Admin Staff Tavern Member

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    Normally, I would edit out the email address so you don't get spam, but if the only reason you joined the forums was to double post asking about the value of your bike, then any spam you get is probably well-deserved.

    If you bought this bike, it's probably worth 20-40% less than you paid. More specifically, it's only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.
     
  4. SprocketGirl

    SprocketGirl spin... spin.. spin

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    i agree with Hack... it is worth what one is willing to give for it. personally i would give $100 (because i dig italian rode stuff) to have it in my living room. others might give more. i would never ride it and honestly $100 is the most i pay for anything bike or otherwise that i can't ride. i honestly own nothing besides my bikes that i ride, that i have paid over $100 dollars for. my parents gave me this laptop and had they not i would not even have it.....
     
  5. ReCYCLE

    ReCYCLE New Member

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    lol
     
  6. photosbymark

    photosbymark New Member

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    But since you found twospoke, you will replace that laptop if it goes now won't you??? :)
     
  7. Industry_Hack

    Industry_Hack Total noob (& forum admin) Admin Staff Tavern Member

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    We'll chip in and buy her a new one...
     
  8. SprocketGirl

    SprocketGirl spin... spin.. spin

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    thanks Hack!!! yep, two spoke is worth buying a laptop for... without a doubt!
     
  9. Industry_Hack

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    The site I used to run currently lists 197,000 members, but just under 12,000 of them are considered "active", which is usually defined as having visited the site in the last 60-90 days. Dean doesn't display the exact same stats, but I'm sure this site has a higher percentage of members that actively participate. That's one of the reasons I spend most of my time here.
     
  10. CvM

    CvM New Member

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    ehh....anyone?
     
  11. Industry_Hack

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    Your answer is in posts 3 and 4.
     
  12. CvM

    CvM New Member

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    sold for 230, take that...
     
  13. Nigal

    Nigal YAY BAIKS! Tavern Member

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    Aren't bikes like that usually easier to sell if you part them out? Especially the Campi stuff?
     
  14. SprocketGirl

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    230... is a good deal for both you and the buyer(because the buyer wanted it) my point was not that it did not have value, simply that old bikes have a value based on what a buyer wants to pay. vs. new bikes that have a value set by the seller.... not that you can't do that with an old one, you may just have to wait a while to get your price.
     
  15. Industry_Hack

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    There you go then. That's what somebody was willing to pay for it.
     
  16. funlis

    funlis New Member

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    God this is a great bike, like it. I dig vintage bikes and also own a Peugeot Type I from the early 70s. Its a rare gem, I take very much care of.