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    hamcycles.com hamfoh's Avatar
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    1994 Bridgestone RB2

    Anyone know what I should expect to pay for this? Guy was asking $300 but is willing to do $250. Still a bit more than I wanted to spend on an 20 year old bike, but people seem to love these.

    57cm, just my size~ I bought a centurion recently for $100 i was going to use as a beater, but I'm not against flipping it and buying this, if it's worth it.
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    Senior Member Ecrevisse's Avatar
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    It's worth it. Buy it before someone else does.
    Lache pas la patate

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    Bout time you got over here from SSFG.

    Damn, that thing is pristine!!!! Don't breath another breath until that ride is in your hands.

    Well, I guess there are a couple dings, but still...

    If you keep it in that condition you should have no problem at all selling it for a slight profit in any major metropolitan area. Might take a small hit in some small town CLs, but there's always eBay if you need to sell it from the sticks.
    Last edited by LesterOfPuppets; 10-18-11 at 09:26 PM.
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    That thing is sweet. Grab before someone else does.
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    I would buy it

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