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Colnago Extreme Power Full Carbon Bike 55 CM
(This is the Original Colnago Extreme Power - Made in Italy)
ALL PARTS AND FRAME ARE BRAND NEW 2008 No Expense Spared!
Brand New Zipp 404 Carbon wheel set with Titanium Skewers
Brand New Full Shimano DuraAce 2008 running gear. Original Colnago Carbon Seatpost and Titanium Saddle.
Original Colnago Carbon fork
Full Carbon TTT Stem and Handlebar.
Comes with receipt from Bike shop and Original Colnago warranty book Will be professionally packed and courier highly recommended
Pedals not included.
Retail for about A$14K+
Zipp wheels are tubular - all original paperwork and receipt (from bike shop) will be included.
Frame measurement (top tube) is based on the conventional measurement, not the sloping version. see colnago.com and look for Extreme power for exact measurement.
Stem length is 15cm and handlebar width 42cm
Feel free to ask questions.
Thank you. In melbourne
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- Location: Perth
MichaelB wrote:A review of the profile shows nothing but useless posts and for sale items.
Ban him I say !!!!!!
He does appear to have quickly churned out tiny posts to get to the ten post limit then put this up for sale... and it's the 3rd item for sale in 6 months...
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- Joined: Wed Mar 05, 2008 6:19 pm
- Location: Between my seatpost and my stem.
Granted, there needs to be a rule requiring posters to state their asking price, but apart from that I see no offence. I for one would love to see more "for sale" posts here. Why should we all pay fees to that other faceless online auction site that provides no policing of their auctions whatsoever, and charges for both the auction and the payment?
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- Joined: Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:29 am
- Location: Adelaide, South Australia
Glad to be proven wrong.
As per investments, if it stinks, then it's probably !! BAN ME NOW FOR SWEARING !!.
The frame alone retails for around $7k by itself, wheels god knows, and the the DA7900 is another $2k Plus.
Absolute bargain if it is genuine , but .....
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Good luck with the sale
Put some pics up in here rexwrx8 so we dont have to go picsaweb
Goodluck with the sale, if only i was a bit taller and i had a spare $8K
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- Joined: Tue Jan 15, 2008 9:41 am
- Location: Sydney
MichaelB wrote:Very suss. No one in their sane mind will sell a bike of that calibre for such a discount it it were genuine.
Wow as leximack said give the guy a break!
For the price 7k is about bang on, unfortunately 14k bikes arent worth 14k the minute they are 2nd hand, not suss at all, at least the guy is realistic!
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