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    A Raleigh Technium. Circa 1988-ish? Aluminum frame, 12 speed.

    They are pretty common, but yours looks in very good condition. Approx worth would depend on the market, but average would be $100-$150.
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    Thank you.

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    Thanks for posting. Good looking bike! When is the last time that the bike has been reconditioned (hubs, bottom bracket, and headset lubed; cables replaced, etc)? If the bike has been reconditioned, you might get $200-240. Otherwise, $100-150 is fair. Aluminum is under appreciated by vintage collectors. Steel would be an easier sale. I sold an reconditioned Aluminum Trek for $260 earlier this season. Good luck.

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    Is that a 105 group on there?

    That would make it roughly equivalent to a Trek 1400, and around here people ask $250-$300 for those.

    Personally, I think an as-is one should be a little over $150, a serviced ready to ride one $200-$250.
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    Cables and pads were replaced last month. almost everything was lubed/repacked/cleaned/tuned around the same time, although, most of it didn't need it. bike rides true and super smooth. It's actually a very nice bike.
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    $300, cause who knows, you can't get that much if you don't ask. You can always go lower

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    Good point.

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