Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Beaverton, OR
Bikes: Kona Jake, Kona Jake the Snake, Kona Major Jake, Kona Kula, Ridley Excalibur, LeMond Buenos Aires, Pinarello Gran Turismo, Pinarello Montello, Trek 614, Austro-Daimler Team, Motobecane Grand Record, Schwinn Voyageur, Nishiki Olympic, Steyr Clubman
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The specs on that bike are pretty nice. If it's really in near mint condition and has all the original parts, I might go as high as $1000 if it was a comfortable fit.
The price also depends heavily on your local market.
To give you a point of comparison, last winter I paid $900 for a 2008 Kona Major Jake. It had a mediocre but solid wheelset (not the Ksyriums spec'd on this model) and dimples in the top tube, but it had a Chris King headset, Ultegra shifters (scuffed but working) and 105 derailleurs and a nice AlphaQ CX20 fork. I was also buying it from a local shop which had given it a complete mechanical inspection and I expected they'd stand behind their word that the top tube dimples wouldn't be a structural problem.