Thread: Shogun 400 1982
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Old 06-21-19, 06:29 AM
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FYI, the serial number indicates a 1984 model. This one is slightly earlier that the one linked to by markwesti. The presence of stem mounted shift levers, brake safety levers and 27" wheels with Schraeder valves is indicative of an entry level model. The photo does not show the drivetrain but it was typically entry level Shimano Z-series with a Tourney crankset. The brakes also appear to be Shimano Z-series.While the main tubes may be double butted CrMo, the forks and stays are hi-tensile steel. Original MSRP was $249.95 US.

It is hard to judge the condition without additional photos, particularly a good drivetrain photo but it's dirty and the front tyre appears rotted. In current condition it might fetch $50. Cleaned, overhauled and ready to ride, it might fetch $125. It's definitely C&V and there is some value but not a lot. The required parts and labour may not justify the investment. Photo assist....
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