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Old 08-31-04, 12:03 PM   #1
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concord freedom deluxe 12 speed

Whats It Worth?? Bought New From Schwinn Dealer In 1983
Very Good Condition For Age It Is, Changes Gears Smoothly,quick Release Front Wheel
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RACING HANDLE BARS,CENTER PULL AND SIDE BRAKES. MONTH OLD TIRES,READY TO RIDE!
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Old 08-31-04, 06:54 PM   #2
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Don't know what it is worth(probably not much). I have one that I have about $75 in it. Makes a good daily rider. Do you remember what you paid for it new?
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I think it was $269.00 or maybe as low as 239.00 can't remember, I do know it was in between the two figures
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Old 09-10-04, 05:32 PM   #4
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What other bikes were in this price range way back when?
I am not very well versed in all the ins and outs of bicycles, but someone else some where on this forum said that these were a POS or words to that effect. What makes them so?
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Old 09-10-04, 05:35 PM   #5
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Some would say that about my 74 Motobecane Nomade also. I vaguely recall the Nomade cost around $150 new.

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Sorry Ohio, the Concords don't have any value other than your sentiment. I used to have one, but the frame was in bad, bad shape. I parted it out and made a few bucks. Mine was from the 70's when they had really good components on them. What brand/model derailleurs, brakes, cranks, stem, handlebars, etc. are on yours? Can you post a picture?
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shimano hubs, shimano Altus shifters, shimano Altus LX derailleurs, shimano Adamas DX crankset, Dia-Compe brakes, Kuwahara headset, Nitto Olympaide bars, araya wheels(27"), shimano freewheel.
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