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    Need some expert opinions

    Hello Everybody,

    Hopefully this is this the right area to post this in.

    I have had this bike for over 10 years and never rode it due to a hip injury. I'm hoping you guys can help me determine a ballpark amount of what it's worth. It was was pricey when it was new but now I'm not sure if it's worth much at all.

    I believe it is a 2004 Cannondale Saeco Team bike. It has a Campy Record groupset (except crankset and wheels), USE alien seatpost, Kysrium SL wheels and the SI Hollowgram cranks (aluminum not CF).

    I believe the seat, stem, handlebars and rings have been changed.

    The seat is a Terry Fly; the crank rings are Cannondale MKiii; stem is Deda Newton and the handlebars are 3T Zepp.

    As for the condition, it is excellent. There are no scuffs on the frame or the Campy components. The crank arms have some light scuffs.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fibo Nacci View Post
    Hello Everybody,

    Hopefully this is this the right area to post this in.

    I have had this bike for over 10 years and never rode it due to a hip injury. I'm hoping you guys can help me determine a ballpark amount of what it's worth. It was was pricey when it was new but now I'm not sure if it's worth much at all.

    I believe it is a 2004 Cannondale Saeco Team bike. It has a Campy Record groupset (except crankset and wheels), USE alien seatpost, Kysrium SL wheels and the SI Hollowgram cranks (aluminum not CF).

    I believe the seat, stem, handlebars and rings have been changed.

    The seat is a Terry Fly; the crank rings are Cannondale MKiii; stem is Deda Newton and the handlebars are 3T Zepp.

    As for the condition, it is excellent. There are no scuffs on the frame or the Campy components. The crank arms have some light scuffs.

    Thanks again!
    There is always a decent market for older Campy stuff if you part it out. Definitely worth something; my guess is maybe $500-600 or so as a complete bike. Even though you say its in great shape its still a 13 year old Al bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveG View Post
    There is always a decent market for older Campy stuff if you part it out. Definitely worth something; my guess is maybe $500-600 or so as a complete bike. Even though you say its in great shape its still a 13 year old Al bike
    Many thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveG View Post
    There is always a decent market for older Campy stuff if you part it out. Definitely worth something; my guess is maybe $500-600 or so as a complete bike. Even though you say its in great shape its still a 13 year old Al bike
    I'm going to agree with this as a complete bike.

    This is a good example of a bike that would fetch a lot more if parted out. I'd be guessing:

    $300 for frameset

    $4-500 for Record parts (if mint)

    $300+ for Hollowgram crankset

    $200+ for rest
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerjulio View Post
    I'm going to agree with this as a complete bike.

    This is a good example of a bike that would fetch a lot more if parted out. I'd be guessing:

    $300 for frameset

    $4-500 for Record parts (if mint)

    $300+ for Hollowgram crankset

    $200+ for rest
    Wow, that's quite a difference. I guess being lazy could really cost me here ha ha.

    Thanks for the advice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerjulio View Post
    $4-500 for Record parts (if mint)
    I'd gladly give $400 for a mint Campy Record 10 speed complete group from '04.
    And if you (Fido Nacho) live near Seattle, I'll help you disassemble the whole bike.
    Send me a message, PLEASE.

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