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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:56 pm 
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uno-speedo wrote:
Whats this Marin (Team?) worth in pretty close to stock specification? Full XT, Flite, Marin Rock Star tyres etc.

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I'm also interested if you sell :wink: As always, you'll get more in parts especially with the XT kit.


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 Post subject: Re: Klein Attitude NOS!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:58 pm 
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CaPtBlaCk wrote:
Gents,

Your thoughts on the following Klein Attitude (1992) would be appreciated!

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It is NOS that I found in a local shop several years back - the find was documented on STW at the time. It is standard apart from a bolt set that was installed by the shop before it went on display.

I am after an indication on price and the best place to advertise it - i.e. on eBay or a classified ad here?

Many thanks in advance! :D



Not sure on price but I believe the best place to sell is the German ebay. They go for a fortune over there. :wink:


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:48 pm 
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Also what colour m14a Sun rims are you looking for?

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Looking for silver 32 hole.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:05 pm 
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uno-speedo wrote:
PopsTrippin wrote:

Also what colour m14a Sun rims are you looking for?

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Looking for silver 32 hole.


Pity, I've got a pair of blue one's laced to blue Hope hubs if you're interested?


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 Post subject: Valuations help
PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 5:04 pm 
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Valuations help

Hi all,

Could anyone possibly help with a valuation on the 2 bikes below. Completely standard, serviced etc
Usual scrapes/scratches etc but looked after well enough, Someone at work is selling them & would just like to offer a fair price


Yellow is a 04/05 Stumpjumper Expert (mens)
Blue is a 04/05 Stumpjumper pro (womens)


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 Post subject: Re: Klein Attitude NOS!
PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:58 pm 
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CaPtBlaCk wrote:
Gents,

Your thoughts on the following Klein Attitude (1992) would be appreciated!

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It is NOS that I found in a local shop several years back - the find was documented on STW at the time. It is standard apart from a bolt set that was installed by the shop before it went on display.

I am after an indication on price and the best place to advertise it - i.e. on eBay or a classified ad here?

Many thanks in advance! :D




your out of the general flow of mainstream bikes with that, and as in the art world its all about finding the right buyer at the right time......europe and china seems to be where they sell well and especially germany as previously stated....if its in good nick and pitched correctly i would suggest lowest price £1000 but you could see £2000 or more if someone finds it and really wants it......do your homework and good luck!....


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 3:09 pm 
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can some 1 tell me how much this peugeot look worth!
many thanks nick


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 3:46 pm 
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puffa wrote:
can some 1 tell me how much this peugeot look worth!
many thanks nick


Hey Nick, I have never actually seen one of the carbon versions so difficult to say. All the following is my opinion and nothing more.

But I have seen mi80 frames (lower in the range) sell for £100-120. Yours if in good condition would be a bit more.

The Manitou 2 forks also go for about £50+ if they work well. So for just the frame and forks you could be looking at £200+

Other things I can see include Ritchey Logic cranks, £25-30.


People around here like to buy parts and projects, you may get more by dismantling and splitting, you may not.

If you know other individual parts like wheels, controls, etc do a search for them in the for sale section and it may give you an idea on other values.

Luke


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 5:03 pm 
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puffa wrote:
can some 1 tell me how much this peugeot look worth!
many thanks nick


Hey Nick, I have never actually seen one of the carbon versions so difficult to say. All the following is my opinion and nothing more.

But I have seen mi80 frames (lower in the range) sell for £100-120. Yours if in good condition would be a bit more.

The Manitou 2 forks also go for about £50+ if they work well. So for just the frame and forks you could be looking at £200+

Other things I can see include Ritchey Logic cranks, £25-30.


People around here like to buy parts and projects, you may get more by dismantling and splitting, you may not.

If you know other individual parts like wheels, controls, etc do a search for them in the for sale section and it may give you an idea on other values.

Luke


many thanks luke u have been a great help


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