Join Date: Jun 2007
Bikes: 2012 Salsa Casseroll, 1997 Bianchi Advantage, 1994 Trek 930.
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It really comes down to condition, and what it is worth to you. If it were as clean as the example in the youtube video and it was a good fit for me, I would certainly be interested. That being said, I assume any 32 year old bike is going to be a bit of a project, even if it has been hanging in someone's basement or garage for 20 years.
If I could get something like that for under $100 I would be thrilled. I would go as high as $200 if the bike was really clean, didn't need any work (and worn out parts had been recently replaced like brakes, tubes and tires recently replaced), and I trusted the seller's representation re: the condition of the bike.