I picked up a sweet little Basso the other day for my wife, and there are parts that I am taking off that I won't be using. Just to give you an idea of the bike (and therefore the condition of the parts): it was purchased by a man for his son years ago, he aspired to be a racer, rode the Basso a few times, then got into mountain biking. This bike was hardly ridden at all, dusty, never crashed or ridden in the rain. No rust.
Ofmega Campy copy crank: 41/52 rings, almost no wear, no pedal scrapes on ends (nor on the pedals for that matter), silver, 170 arms, no cracks at spider, fluted spider and arms, with matching italian thread bb, feels smooth but I have not taken it off yet, $80
Campy NR derailluer set with braze on bumpy levers and cables, pat 84, no holes in fd cage, but with a lip. No crashes, excellent condition, one small pressure mark (?) on on part of upper outer knuckle of rd, not visible from one foot away, with cables, $100 for fd, rd, shifters, cables
Modolo Equipe calipers, brown like master Pro's, a little rust on qr levers, will come off with simichrome, sintered brake pads, short reach allen, $28
Also, a set of Dia Compe Gran Compe 400 side pulls, exc condition with aftermarket pads and also original pad holders, name has worn off a little on front brake, $35
All the above plus shipping Mark Rosenberg oooh, time to ride in sunny San Diego, CA