Originally Posted by Bob Barker
You might want to swap that stem and handlebar to your smaller '86 to bring it closer to original. This one is an '87, by paint and SN. Cleaned up you could easily get $200 or more depending on your area. As is, it might bring $150 here, maybe less.
+1 what he said. It's a very desireable bike in good shape, no rust, and that size. He's had a couple, knows what he's talkling about.
That color is not common in the "straight" fade. That bike, cleaned up and lubed, no rust, would bring more than the 1986, in my opinion, but the 1986 model is in better shape. Both are easily upgradeable, and this 1987 should be a 7-speed.
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1985 Raleigh Competition
Racing USA Series-Coleman made me do it.....
1987 Bridgestone Radac
- Aluminum (sadly, the frame is toast, RD hanger snapped off)
1988 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Master
1989 Centurion Carbon-R
- Carbon Fiber