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PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 8:48 pm 
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I'd guess maybe around £250 for the Zaskar, it is a big frame though, what is it a 20" ?

Dont know much about the Offroad sport but Offroad Proflex's generaly dont go for big money so going by that maybe no more than £150 ?

It probably is'nt a common bike but that doesn't mean you're sitting on a goldmine, rare doesn't always equal valuable.


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Keep it and ride it Big Eck, but if your selling it put in the for sale section, this is the valuation section :wink:


it was just a looking for a rough price boing :oops:


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jimihendrix wrote:
I'd guess maybe around £250 for the Zaskar, it is a big frame though, what is it a 20" ?


i think it's a 20" ?


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jimihendrix wrote:

Dont know much about the Offroad sport but Offroad Proflex's generaly dont go for big money so going by that maybe no more than £150 ?

It probably is'nt a common bike but that doesn't mean you're sitting on a goldmine, rare doesn't always equal valuable.


Until today I didn't think it had any real value , maybe £30 or so.
£150 sounds very good!
I need to post some photos so people get a better idea

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jimihendrix wrote:
I'd guess maybe around £250 for the Zaskar, it is a big frame though, what is it a 20" ?


i think it's a 20" ?


£300 on a good day, £250/75 fair.

The size of the frame may be its downfall.....


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big.eck wrote:
jimihendrix wrote:
I'd guess maybe around £250 for the Zaskar, it is a big frame though, what is it a 20" ?


i think it's a 20" ?


£300 on a good day, £250/75 fair.

The size of the frame may be its downfall.....


thats £150 short of my dream frame on a good day then :D :D :D


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jonnybg wrote:
jimihendrix wrote:

Dont know much about the Offroad sport but Offroad Proflex's generaly dont go for big money so going by that maybe no more than £150 ?

It probably is'nt a common bike but that doesn't mean you're sitting on a goldmine, rare doesn't always equal valuable.


Until today I didn't think it had any real value , maybe £30 or so.
£150 sounds very good!
I need to post some photos so people get a better idea

Thanks


I may have over estimated it a bit :oops: , like i said dont know much about them, was using Proflex values as a rough guide but after posting the estimate i read on another thread that the Sport was a budget model when new so may be a good bit lower than £150.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:30 am 
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OK what do you guys reckon on these value wise. I want to sell them but as I do not know what to ask for them I would not be able to put a price in the for sale posting.

1990 Fire Mountain

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 12:48 pm 
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Hi,

I have an original yellow Curtis yellow pro freestyle. I have not used this for about 25 years and was wondering what it would be worth.

If anyone has any ideas of approximate value, it would hugely appreciated.

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