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PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:38 am 
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mepeter wrote:
i picked up two of the spec e4 frames at auction one with shock one without two slightly different models and was going to sell one but wondered how much i should set a reserve at for one
havent recieved them yet- picking up today so i will get to see condition etc
just wondered if i relist one on ebay if it is worth setting a reserve


If youve just bought them through a normal auction on ebay I would suggest it serves as a pretty good indication of the current value. If you dont want to lose money, set the reserve at what they cost you. If you feel they are worth more than you paid, go nuts and set the reserve higher if you wish. Just remember that when you bought them they were only worth what you won them for.

Drop me a line when you re-bay them, I may know some one who would fancy a bid


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:17 am 
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how much is my ibis mojo handjob worth?
has all xtr groupset apart from crank which is xt (brand new crank) sid forks, crossma wheels, ibis stem, ti bar. bikes in great condition.


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 Post subject: mepeter
PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 2:35 pm 
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mepeter wrote:

i picked up two of the spec e4 frames at auction one with shock one without two slightly different models and was going to sell one but wondered how much i should set a reserve at for one
havent recieved them yet- picking up today so i will get to see condition etc
just wondered if i relist one on ebay if it is worth setting a reserve


definately drop me a line with regards the frame, size etc.
Cheers
Jamie


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 Post subject: 1992 gt avalanche
PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:04 pm 
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how much you reckon?cheershttp://www.pinkbike.com/photo/2749501/


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 Post subject: Avalanche
PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:33 pm 
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For the SEANSTEPHENS
GT I reckon 2 power bar rappers and a carton of milk...................as it does look like a cow :wink:

Only kidding, dont know much about GT's but it is a pretty funky paint job. If I ever did ride GT's thats the paint job I would want. Is it standard?

jamie


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 Post subject: Re: Avalanche
PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:32 am 
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Jamiedyer wrote:
For the SEANSTEPHENS
GT I reckon 2 power bar rappers and a carton of milk...................as it does look like a cow :wink:

Only kidding, dont know much about GT's but it is a pretty funky paint job. If I ever did ride GT's thats the paint job I would want. Is it standard?

jamie


everything is from circa 1992, but not all is original

for sale if any intrest


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thinking of parting out getting rid of the clockwork as i want really badly a giant xtc alliance 1 and theres a good staff deal on them at the mo and need to free up funds any ways its this one and i have fitted the xt mechs the rear has new xtr seal bearing jockeys fitted http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... sc&start=0 8)


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Can anyone Identify and value this campy chainset.
I cant make out the markings on the crank arms due to shoe rub.
Rings,tapers and threads are good .
I think its circa 1990.
thanks.

http://colin752.fotopic.net/c1619777.html


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Looks very much like a campy Icarus Andre - (Mountainbike-Kult.de) sold to Defiant a while ago (I hesitated to take it ..) and mounted provisionally on a fat chance :wink:
dunno about the value


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:58 am 
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colinr wrote:
Can anyone Identify and value this campy chainset.
I cant make out the markings on the crank arms due to shoe rub.
Rings,tapers and threads are good .
I think its circa 1990.
thanks.

http://colin752.fotopic.net/c1619777.html

in NOS(new old stock) condition they are worth quite a lot (250Euros). as yours have quite a lot of shoe rub i'd price them around 100 euros. have to say though, that these are not that sought after. i personally think these are the most beautiful cranks ever made...


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