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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 11:28 pm 
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Hi,
I have a completely unused stumpjumper fsr 1995 thats been sitting in my dads loft for the past 20 years after he was given it as a gift by specialized for some work he did for them during his mba.

The fox alps 4 shock is in a perfect condition and holds air perfectly, seen them going for a few hundred 2nd hand so i'm just wondering what probably the bike is worth in a completely unused condition ( probably the only one in the world!)

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 Post subject: 1997 GT Zaskar 16"
PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:44 pm 
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Location: Trancecentral
16" Zaskar, '97
M570, crankset, hubs, mechs, shifters, V Brakes and levers.
Mavic D521 rims.
GT Post n Stem.
Azonic blue risers.
Spech Direct Drive forks.

So, what's it worth?
As whole?
Frame/Post/BB/Headset?

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:02 pm 
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Pace RC30's sans steerer, do these have any value, the hole for the steerer is 1 1/8, were given to me by a friend, when I sell them I'll give him the money as he needs it much more than I do.

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 Post subject: Re: 1997 GT Zaskar 16"
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:15 pm 
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stewlewis wrote:
16" Zaskar, '97
M570, crankset, hubs, mechs, shifters, V Brakes and levers.
Mavic D521 rims.
GT Post n Stem.
Azonic blue risers.
Spech Direct Drive forks.

So, what's it worth?
As whole?
Frame/Post/BB/Headset?

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Paid £90 delivered for a mint red ano 19" frame a few weeks back on here, so would assume same tops for yours (mine had great condition decals too)

Bike whole - £180-200.

Get more splitting it. Wheels are tasty - D521 always popular with good reason.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:16 pm 
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gtRTSdh wrote:
Pace RC30's sans steerer, do these have any value, the hole for the steerer is 1 1/8, were given to me by a friend, when I sell them I'll give him the money as he needs it much more than I do.

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I have no real idea but guess around £30-40 as think they go for around £60-80 with steerer.

Steerers are easily available I think.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:17 pm 
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The5PS wrote:
Hey there,

Cool forum I have been reading all about peoples Stumpjumper bikes...now I have one also I am sadly selling:

- Made in USA
- 20" frame
- Shimano Deore LX wheel hubs, headset, front & rear derailleur, shifters, front & rear cantilever brakes, crank set
- Double butted Cro-Mo frame
- Mavic 230 SBP Stainless steel eyelet rims (made in France)
- Tioga City Slicker 26 x 1.50 130 Textite Tyres
- Selle Italia Flite Titanium saddle
- Shimano HG Hyper Glide casette 11t - 28t
- SRAM PCSO Chain
- Kalloy Uno Tranz X Zanzibar Handlebar
- Kalloy Uno quick release Seat post

Going by these forums and eBay I estimate the bike to be worth £150 - 200 GBP. I was wondering if anyone has a more accurate estimate?

The bike is in good condition, but does have scratches and the left gear shifter for the front derailleur has damage (it still works but the little screen which displays 1 2 3 has broken off) just the little arrow which would show which no. gear you are on is there. See pictures.

Many thanks, hope I've included everything!

The5PS


Hi newbie.

Agree with the price, would say £170-200 myself. The broken shifter window is a nothing damage I wouldnt worry its easily fixed.

Nice bike.

If you do sell offer postage if you want to max audience.


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what are my roberts DB and Volvo dale worth as complete bikes?

i know how much the cost me to buy/build but would like an idea on there value......not sure to keep them locked away or sell up......

spec in signature links but heres recent pics.....

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 Post subject: marin eldridge 1990
PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2011 9:10 pm 
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Mostly original 1990 Marin Eldridge
Owned by me since 1992 originally in voltane grey and orange forks and handlebar.
Most original parts remain though one shifter was replaced in 1994 with a grip shift.
Mostly LX parts including cranks, front and rear mech.
Frame has rust on chainstay and ither parts of the bike.
Working condition full bike with toe clips on the pedal.
Needs refurb obviously splitting is best for money but I would prefer to keep it together.
Size wise it appears to be an 18" or 19" it is smaller than my 20" kona hahanna.
thanks in anticipation!
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 Post subject: Re: marin eldridge 1990
PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2011 9:57 pm 
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johnso wrote:
Mostly original 1990 Marin Eldridge
Owned by me since 1992 originally in voltane grey and orange forks and handlebar.
Most original parts remain though one shifter was replaced in 1994 with a grip shift.
Mostly LX parts including cranks, front and rear mech.
Frame has rust on chainstay and ither parts of the bike.
Working condition full bike with toe clips on the pedal.
Needs refurb obviously splitting is best for money but I would prefer to keep it together.
Size wise it appears to be an 18" or 19" it is smaller than my 20" kona hahanna.
thanks in anticipation!


One for sale for a while here by a fellow sw and he didnt get a taker at £120 so I'd say about £100?


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 Post subject: marin eldridge 1990
PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 4:04 pm 
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thank you for the reply that is more than I expected! Mine is nowhere near mint!
I have some photos for a more accurate price base.
Missus said that 3 bikes is enough for anyone......
Photo's now added.
I have measured from centre of bottom bracket to top of tube that the seat post goes into and it is 19" by that measurement.


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