I bought a Kona Nunu back in 2000/2001 second hand from a mate. I think it's a 1999 model, but not sure.http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c149/ ... 08001a.jpg
Now I'm thinking of getting a new bike (only because I need discs), and I was wondering if it is worth selling my Kona to fund towards it. Is it worth selling, or would I not get alot for it?
I've had a look around, and I can not find another one like mine for sale. It has a few rusty bolt heads, and a few scratches on the paint, but it is still a really good bike.
Is there anyone on here who could help me out?
It is a 99. Not their top of the line model, somewhat mid-range, or top of the bottom half of the range if you will, just above the Lava Dome. Don't know how much you can get, but it cost £600 back then. Old steel Konas tend to be more desirable than the alloy frames, but some alloy frames can get a bit of money (Pahoehoe's and Kula's for example, but they are also top range bikes.) You might be disappointed if you put it for auction hoping for a good sum of money (like £200), but you never know. If you're expecting more than £150, you might just want to hang on to it.