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    1986 Ritchey TimberComp

    I bought this, and it's too small for me. It's a big 'ol frame, but I'm still too tall. Red 1986 Timber Comp, XT pedals, cassette, hubs, derailleurs, brakes, and shifters. Magura levers (made in west germany) and ritchey force stem. suntour xc seatpost and turbo saddle. paint is 8.5/10, and decals are all good. tange prestige fillet brazed. "handmade by tom ritchey" on the seat tube. What's a good price to sell it for?

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    anybody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otto Rax View Post
    anybody?
    and by anybody, i mean does anybody know a going rate? apparently by putting my email address on there, i broke a guideline that i was implicitly selling this.

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    pics?
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    Just how tall are you?!? On value, I have no clue. Not going the ebay route? I think for something like a Ritchey, only an auction can determine its market value. But, man, that fillet brazing is sweet.

    Or maybe try emailing this guy about his Ritchey frame. This place has an amazing collection, but his asking prices are pretty high. So ask what he wants for his Ritchey and then maybe deduct 25% and add the component value.

    http://bike123.com/used_bikes/used_s...iew.php?ID=102

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    This just popped up on the iBOB list. Might help you get a handle on the value of yours.

    Please contact me off-list if interested in the following.

    For Sale:¬ 1990 Ritchey P-23 Team fillet brazed by TR himself, 18in frame
    Original Owner.¬ Ridden on road/off-road from 1990 through ~1995, but extremely well taken care of.¬ Ridden on street occasionally since ‚€™95; always stored in garage out of the elements.
    Period-correct Shimano Deore XT drivetrain, thumb shifters, crankset, 7sp Dura Ace freewheel
    Shimano Deore XT cantilevers, brake levers
    Ritchey WCS stem and Ritchey Pro-lite bar
    Chris King no-logo head set
    Phil BB
    WTB Grease-Guard hubs, 32 hole, Campagnolo rims
    Ritchey Force, 1-bolt seatpost
    Selle Italia Turbo saddle, perforated
    Extra TR decals included
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    Asking $800 obo, buyer to pay shipping.¬ Serious inquiries only.
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    Pictures of¬ this bike¬ at:¬ http://www.flickr.com/photos/42618384@N07/

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    Exactly

    $500 on ebay...

    SOLD....

    Well at least I got to watch the auction...

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