Normally not my bag of tea but I think it's a good idea to establish what these parts are worth. Right now is the perfect time to get an idea of a cycling related item's REAL worth, as demand is down with the temperature.
So I'ma copy and paste the ad text... like so:
Vintage Campagnolo Super Record components from the late 1970's to early 1980's era. These components are all in excellent functional and cosmetic condition, great for a bike you intend to ride a lot, and also nice enough for a restoration bike that is going to hang on the wall.
Headset, minor markings no deep wrench marks, English or Italian thread, $100
Seatpost, two for sale, first 27.2mm, minor markings, grade 8.5 out of 10, $100, and 2nd, 26.8mm, even better condition, grade 9 of 10, $100
Brake calipers, short reach or long reach, recessed allen or hex nut mount, late type or early type, you choose the variety, grade 9 of 10, $125
Brake levers, no hoods, near perfect, grade 9 of 10, $75
Pedals, super leggeri model, small knicks on black cages, small scuffs on dust caps, grade 9 of10, $100
Crankset, like new, 170mm arms, 42-52 rings, $250 with original box
Bottom Brackets, new or used, Italian or English thread, $75-150
Rear Derailleur, minor marks on inside of pulley cage, $100
Front Derailleur, clamp on, small crank arm rub on outer cage, grade 7.5 of 10, $75
Hubs, low flange, 36 hole, 126mm rear spacing with original box, grade 8 of 10, $150
Shifters, braze on type, grade 9 of 10, $40; clamp on type, grade 9 of 10, $50
Call for details and frame compatability questions, Rob
Not sure if these are good deals, but i bet Rob loves a good haggle (best to assume everything on CL is negotiable, specially if the ad says 'firm')