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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 8:12 pm 
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dyna-ti wrote:
mk one wrote:
RetroGra wrote:
A quick search on eBay tells me otherwise but thanks for the input.

Always good to get others' perspective.



Glad you got it sorted :D

And just for reference, though your search seems to show different, the last two Cinder Cones around the same year as yours that actually sold on ebay, both in the last few weeks.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kona-Cinder- ... SwEt9e764K

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kona-Cinder- ... SwEt9e764K


You've used the same example twice . Thats cheating :lol:



damn :lol: here you go, just to show the other end of the range of pricing

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KONA-Cinder- ... Sw~6BezB6u


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So yeah £395 is a tad on the high side but I've seen them go for more during the peak of the so-called lockdown, think you'll find generally the COVID 19 tax is wearing thin now.
The Kona's on eBay at the moment with high price tags are continually relisted! :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:54 pm 
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Graham_hkr wrote:
So yeah £395 is a tad on the high side but I've seen them go for more during the peak of the so-called lockdown, think you'll find generally the COVID 19 tax is wearing thin now.
The Kona's on eBay at the moment with high price tags are continually relisted! :roll:


Thanks, yes I have seen the high prices on eBay but thought I was reasonable at £395, obviously my nostalgia is of more value to me than others. Realistically I know this isnt a £600 bike but mid £300's I thought would have been sensible. Perhaps in another 10 years :lol:


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Graham_hkr wrote:
n, think you'll find generally the COVID 19 tax is wearing thin now.
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im not so sure. a Lava dome frame only went for £162 earlier... with 27 bids :shock:


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:54 pm 
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its clear some bikes are realising better prices than would be expected, but that's on ebay and dependent on interest and location etc and while some people maybe willing to pay the type of price in the first post, its unlikely to be on here or other specialist sites, so the choice is clear in my mind, accept on here that people are not going to pay the higher price, and make your choice as to where to sell it or not.


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