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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:57 pm 
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boxxer wrote:
Your Oakleys are Eye Jackets and worth with the vault about £20


Well if you sell for £20 then pm me as I have always wanted a pair :-) Thanks Dave


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:59 pm 
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boxxer wrote:
Your Oakleys are Eye Jackets and worth with the vault about £20


Well if you sell for £20 then pm me as I have always wanted a pair :-) Thanks Dave


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 10:35 pm 
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These have been sitting in my garage for years, I'm never going to use them but have no idea what they might be worth so any suggestions on a price are welcome. Details & pictures below:

1 1/8 threaded steerer cut to 16cm (to fit 19" Kona frame), brake booster incorporating cantilever brake cable stop.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:11 pm 
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...and perhaps somebody can tell me what year the Cook's are.. I thought they are 1989... what do you think ?


scooped back = RSR = early 90s I think.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:56 pm 
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Rod_Saetan wrote:
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...and perhaps somebody can tell me what year the Cook's are.. I thought they are 1989... what do you think ?


scooped back = RSR = early 90s I think.


Those do not appear to be, ("scooped"), milled. So they are CBR, and probably early 90's, as the CBR was still sold, along with the advent of the RSR, in the early 90's.


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 Post subject: 1993 Marin Pine Mountain
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:07 am 
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The GF's grandfather had this piece of history in his shed, which some forumites have helpfully identified as a 1993 Marin Pine Mountain.

I've been perusing fleabay and various other sites in the hopes of benchmarking a price, but.... now... again, Im reverting to the collective knowledge on here for some help. In an ideal world I'd like it to go to someone who will appreciate it and give the old boy a fair price (hence the question).

The bike has shimano XT pretty much throughout, a manitou suspension fork and Mavic M231 Rims. Apart from a couple of broken spokes it seems in working order (but would need a damn good cleanup!).

Anyway, heres the beast:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:34 am 
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ebt wrote:
The GF's grandfather had this piece of history in his shed, which some forumites have helpfully identified as a 1993 Marin Pine Mountain.

I've been perusing fleabay and various other sites in the hopes of benchmarking a price, but.... now... again, Im reverting to the collective knowledge on here for some help. In an ideal world I'd like it to go to someone who will appreciate it and give the old boy a fair price (hence the question).

The bike has shimano XT pretty much throughout, a manitou suspension fork and Mavic M231 Rims. Apart from a couple of broken spokes it seems in working order (but would need a damn good cleanup!).

Anyway, heres the beast:

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i would say roughly 175-200 would be fair in that condition


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 Post subject: Re: Marin IFT
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:41 am 
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pete_27_1983 wrote:
I have a retro Marin Indian Fire Trail in the garage, dating from the 1990s, chromed aluminium frame, Rockshock 750 forks, Marin Lite stem/bars, Shimano Diore XT cranks and groupset with Araya RM-17 wheels. The bike is in very good condition and is unused as I am a road cyclist. I have been told that it is very popular as a retro bike and is highly desirable.
As a non-mountain biker, should I be looking to sell this to an avid mountain biker? And what sort of price should I be looking for? I am looking for a fair price rather than to make a killing.
Thanks in advance!


you will get more if you split it,and hard without a picture but i would say 250


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:31 pm 
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Thanks matt....I'll flip it in the for sale section on here then :)


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I decided to have a look at what retro stuff I had lurking around (some still on current bikes) and have tried to find some prices which I have marked against the list. I wondered if anyone could help with the others or tell me if I'm far off?
Thanks Greg

Selle Italia flight and flight Alpes £20-30
Bottom Brackets BB-UN71 x 2 68x127 (collar broken but running still running smooth) £14
BB-UN52 68x113 unused
BB-UN40 68x113 unused
BB-ES70 73X113 Splined
XT Chainset FC-M739 175 22/32/44
XT Chainset FC-M751 175 22/32/44 + box
Deore DX FC-MT 60 170 26/36/46
XT SPD PD-M737
XT SPD PD-M747
XT SPD PD-M747 + clip on plastic pedal platform
ITM stem 10degree 130mm
Syncros stem sloping top cap 10 degree 140mm £20-30
Syncros stem flat top cap 10 degree 120mm (no pinch bolt
Syncros bars x 2 £30 ea
XT STI 8spd V-brake combo ST-M739 (plus custom painted union jack optical gear display) £27
XT front mech 8 spd FD-M738 28.6
XT front mech 8 spd FD-M738 31.8
XT rear mech 9 spd RD-M750 long cage x 2
XTR rear mech 8 spd RD-M910 medium cage £30
XT Cassette 8 spd CS-M737-I W4/type 11-30
LX 2001 Outer Chainring 44 tooth and bolts
Deore STI 9 spd left and right units x 2 pairs
Shimano STI clamps ST-MC 41
Dave’s Chain Device Blue Ano £10-17
X-Lite Clickon post 27.2x380mm + box
X-Lite Xpert XC bars black + box
Ritchey Logic 1.1/8 headset
SDG Grand Prix Saddle (from 2001 GT idrive)
Old style Crud Guard £10
Onza bar ends (quite scratched)
Diamond Back Axis frame 21inch circa 96 (can’t remember the year)

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