The earliest mountainbikes all looked similar to that renegade, it's not unusual that it would be a close approximation to several other bikes. I've seen other "no-name" bikes like that before, I think there were just a lot of companies that tried jumping in on the mountain bike biz when it first broke.
I don't think you'd be able to get much money for it. Realistically it doesn't have much intrinsic worth. It's cool and old and full of historic mtb parts, but something is a collectable only if a good number of people want it, and I doubt you could find anyone who specifically wants a "Renegade", and just a small handful who seriously want a very early mtb enough to push it past $100 or so.
However the parts could do pretty well, I'll bet. The derailleur and shifters are pretty desirable. The crankset might do OK, the brakes might too. I don't remember how loved those brakes are though, what their rep is. The frame by itself would make a neat single-speed, what with the cool fork. Parting it out would probably make the most $$.
Or you could keep it. It is a cool bike.
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