Colnago C64 prices

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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

Out of simple and morbod curiosity, I looked online at the current C-64 prices in the US. $6200 seems to be the retail/advertised price. I've already seen a bunch of C-64 here, and I'd lke to believe there has to be much better prices in places not so obvious. I am not expecting anyone to start posting prices and sources, but if you can PM me some I may be tempted enough to pull the trigger on one LOL.......

Anyone? :noidea:

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by AJS914

My first thought would be to look at what Maestro is charging.

http://www.maestro-uk.com/colnago-Pricelist.aspx

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Thanks, but I’m looking at US only places.

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dgasmd wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:03 am
Thanks, but I’m looking at US only places.
Then expect to pay retail ...
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by Seedster

Unless you have a relationship with the dealer, expect to pay retail. I believe authorized dealers are obligated to post MSRP so contacting them directly is appropriate.

I would contact Ben at Velomine and see if he is flexible on pricing.

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by chiumomo

Does anyone have ordered anything from ciclimattio.com? Their price on C64 seems too good to be true

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chiumomo wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 4:52 am
Does anyone have ordered anything from ciclimattio.com? Their price on C64 seems too good to be true
I have ordered parts from them. They are fine. But man, with bike like the C64, I'd really want sales and service support...just in case.

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Very reliable shop which I think have more than 50% of sale oversea (outside EU).

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dgasmd wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:03 am
Thanks, but I’m looking at US only places.
You're gonna get raped buying at USA prices. IMO $6200 is insane for a glued together frame with no lifetime warranty.

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MyM3Coupe wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 7:17 pm
dgasmd wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:03 am
Thanks, but I’m looking at US only places.
You're gonna get raped buying at USA prices. IMO $6200 is insane for a glued together frame with no lifetime warranty.
But its nice to get a smile and a hand shake from your salesman :mrgreen:
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by mriddle

I live in TX. I’ve probably bought 5 Colnago’s, 4 De Rosa’s and a few Casati’s (frames) over the past 10 years.
None have been from US dealers, can’t afford that...

I do all my own builds/wrenching, which helps.

Don’t even ask about Campy parts/wheels.

Cicli Corsa is world class. If I was buying a 64 that’s where I would go. I’d get the blue art decor. Campy 12 speed....

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by Seedster

If I were buying overseas, I would also give Cicli Corsa a look too. Been dealing with those guys for years and the service has been great.

I would reach out to Velomine as well. They have frames in stock and may be willing to do a deal.

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Thanks again for all the suggestions on overseas stores, but I am very specific to US stores in my question. More curiosity at this point than anything really. I have bought from Mike at The Maestro in the UK twice, so I’m
Familiar with the transaction and other things involved. Have also bought at least $50k worth of other stuff over the last decade from other un and German retailers.

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by fromtrektocolnago

when I got my c-59 back in 2013 it seemed there was some discounting going on. since the introduction of the c60 and now the c64 i no longer see that going on. Colnago must be enforcing more price discipline among its dealers.
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by maxice

Anyone used Lordguncycles?

Prices also seem good. They're located in Brescia Italy and there appears to be a physical shop

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