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Anyone here know Italian bicycles? What's an old Doniselli 10 speed worth?

Bike is in fair condition - it has quit a few little rust spots on it. Campagnolo components seem to be in good shape. Would need tires & tubes, then should be rideable.







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I would suggest checking bike clubs in Phoenix and maybe a shop that deals in old stuff. I recently sold my 1983 Vitus frames road racer and it had Campy Super Record bits on it for $600 and threw in a bunch of other stuff such as a set of road racing wheels from the old 7-11 team. I put my Motobecane tandem up for sale and was originally too high and after talking to some shop guys dropped the price about 40%. So as I said, I'd ask some shops.
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Ask this guy:

http://www.mybigbikeride.com/?page_id=3
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Is that a Reynolds 531 frame?
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I guess it wasn't worth very much as the My Ride guy threw it out again where Leeh H found it!
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Don't care what it's worth - that looks fun as hell to ride. I love steel bikes. Particularly steel ITALIAN bikes.
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I guess it wasn't worth very much as the My Ride guy threw it out again where Leeh H found it!
His is in much nicer shape than mine. Sounds like he did rescue his from the dumpster.
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I would guess not much. I never heard of a Doniselli, and would estimate that bike back when it was new was about $300-350, est. circa 1974. It has clincher tires, doesn't look like it has a Reynolds or Columbus decal anywhere, and from the pics, don't really see any Campy components anywhere except possibly pedals, and calipers.
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http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index.php/t-197923.html

http://www.doniselli.it/cms/ita/1/index.html
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...don't really see any Campy components anywhere except possibly pedals, and calipers.
Front deraileur, hubs, shifters are Campy. Rear has been replaced with Shimano.
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TTT stem and possibly, handlebar and 80s Sella Italia saddle. The rest of the components appear to be pretty low grade unfortunately. Looks like a steel seatpost and saddle clamp, very inexpensive Dia Compe style brake levers, crank looks to be cast Japanese or French. Bike rack $13 back in the day. Looks also to be 56-58 cm with touring geometry, so the typical rider should be about 5-10 to 6-0. Stem looks like it was replaced as it's too short for what a frame size like this would come with. My guess the previous rider was too short for the bike.
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I took a totally original and pristine Italian bike to the shop and asked the same question. I wanted to know if I changed things is it would hurt the value. "What value?," is all I got.
I yanked all the finger tip controls and drop bars and tossed it all in favor of a more comfortable and practical bike with straight bars and thumb controls.
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