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Anyone know a good place to sell a 54cm Super Modio? I know nothing about it and have no idea if it's a desireable bike.

It was my dads, but he hasn't ridden it in many years.

Thanks.

Megan

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According to Sheldon Brown:

Mondia:

These were very fun Swiss bikes.- The most common model, the special, had the always popular Nervex professional lugs. Many examples even had very elaborate fade paint jobs. While very striking, they are not terribly valuable.

Yours appears to be one of the plainer ones. Expect somebody to be willing to pay maybe $200, if in good shape. Less if not.
 

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Thanks a lot. I didn't expect that it would gain much money. It's not in mint condition, but it probably works. My father (who is 82) rides Moultons and has for the past 30 years. I'm not sure why he had this one. It's way too big for me, so I might as well sell it.

I just don' t know if the RRR classifieds is the place to sell it. It might cost more to ship than to purchase.

Thanks again.

Megan
 

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Sell it on ebay, or at a local swap meet. RBR classifieds isn't a good place to sell an old, plain bike-boom era roadbike.
 

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How about some more details about this bike... are the dropouts and fork tips Campagnolo? The crankset and derailleurs look newer than the frameset - have they been replaced? If so, do you still have the original components, and what are they? Is the saddle a Brooks? Also, what kind of hubs, and what do they say on the barrel? This can all make a big difference in what the bike is worth. Remember, Sheldon and Mike put that price list together in 1997, and much of it hasn't been updated to match the current market.
 
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