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Old 07-19-11, 05:45 PM   #1
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1975 Motobecane tour de france model

I got this rusty french motobecane at the swap meet for $55 and i need to know what its worth.

Cranks- Nervar
Seat- Quilted leather
Rims- Rigida Super chro-mix
Stem- Pivo
RD- Huret Alvit
FD- Huret
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Old 07-19-11, 05:56 PM   #2
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Good find, i was there
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Less than $55 in that condition around here.
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Wash it down and you'll probably get $100 if not a little less. Southern California is an okay market.
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it is stripped down repainted and is now a fixed gear, should up the value more then that guys. He should put the pics up soon
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It looks really nice now, i will get pics up soon
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I should probably get rid of that pivo stem

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so your selling this like that? does it have a real track hub or just a BNX freewheel and no brakes? looks dangerous to me.
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I took the freewheel off and put a cog on there with some loctite. The last time i did this it stayed on there for a year, and i am keeping the bike myself.
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