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Determining Vintage Bicycle Value is a tricky business, at the best of times. Many things will impact final value, including where the bicycle is, time of year, size of the bicycle, condition and a host of other things.

Marketing skills will play a big part in how much the bicycle will sell for. I have good marketing skills, and a 700 page website to add credibility to my for sale offerings. I could probably get between $600 and $900 for the bicycle, but you will, most likely have to settle for closer to, or even less than, $600. Please keep in mind that I am guessing and my guess is based on minimal information and poor pictures.
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