Does anyone know the corrent value of a De Rosa 35 aniv. bike in excellent condition with Shimano 600 gear all around? Thanks.
As has already been stated, The 35th anniversary frames were only sold as complete bikes built up exclusively with Italian componentry. At the time, Ugo was very adamant about not allowing any anniversary bike leave the factory with anything but Italian components. There were approximately 350 bikes sold worldwide. You can see where teh bike was originally sold by the serial number. The serial number should be stamped 35°/followed by a three digit numer. A little lower, you will see an initial that indicates the country of initial sale. A is for USA, B is for Belgium, C is for Switzerland (I believe), D is for Germany, E is for Spain, F is for France, G is for Japan (I believe), I is for Italy... and so on.Does anyone know the corrent value of a De Rosa 35 aniv. bike in excellent condition with Shimano 600 gear all around? Thanks.
Send me a private message with your email address and I should be able to send you a copy of the brochure.Hi there,
Thanks for your comments and insight about the bike. I keep learning more and more about it every day. I've never seen any original literature for this bike, as I inherited it from my cousin. Could you possibly email the copy of the brochure you have? Thanks so much.