1991 Marin Eldridge Grade for sale

Haddon1979

Retro Newbie
Hi all,

Just joined today. I have a Marin Eldridge Grade mountain bike for sale. All original parts apart from the crankset, which had to be replaced. All Shimano Deore LX components, with a Shimano Deore XT rear hub. Mavic M400 rims. 24 speeds gear. 30 years old so some wear and tear, and some rust but in working order. Happy to accept offers. Photos attached,

Cheers,

Craig
 

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Cheshire1980

Orange 🍊 Fan
Hi welcome to Retrobike
Looks later than a 1991 Eldridge grade. More mid 90’s
A 91 is grey and neon red. Looks like a 1995 Eldridge to me.
Anyway regardless, great bike.
 

badams

Dirt Disciple
Re:

Hi, I'd be interested in knowing more, please - price-wise, but also size, and whether or not there are any dings or dents. Could be just what I'm looking for! thanks.
 

Haddon1979

Retro Newbie
Re: Marin Eldridge Grade

Hi all,

Apologies, newbie so some schoolboy errors :oops:

So yes I have registered it on Ebay for £50 (Auction starting bid). The bike is a 19" frame, with 21" rims.

In terms of dates, sorry not to be exact but it was early 90's so apologies. It was a long time ago.

The bike is over 20 years old, so yes there is some rust and a few dents but considering its age its not too bad.

If you require more photos let me know; and finally...nearly forgot; I am based in Chesterfield.

Cheers,

Craig
 

Haddon1979

Retro Newbie
Hi all,

A couple of questions have come in:

What happened to the original crankshaft.....I had it serviced and they said it was damaged/not repairable. I actually feel I was duped and never followed up. Shop since closed; my mistake

Can I post it/have it sent by courier: courier probably easier

What do I want for the bike? I have had a fair bit of interest on Ebay and I only listed it yesterday, and have received a bid of £50 already; so I expect bids between £50-£100.

I am getting a new bike, hence departing with this one, but I don't want to give it away either.

Thanks
 
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