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Old 05-09-20, 12:10 PM
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Sprint was the lowest of the low, below the Schwinn World. Often didn't even show up in Schwinn catalogs. Yours is likely a 1985 model, made by Giant. If local pickup you mean eBay, forget it. Sell either via C/L or FB marketplace. Ebay is more suitable to higher end bikes, that can be shipped at a reasonable price. I've bought some local pick up only bikes on eBay, the most I paid was $15 (for something better than the Sprint but not great).

No one wants bikes with flat tires, except me. Actually, I am not a fan of flat tires, but I like the discount I get priced wise. Even in a good market like NYC, with two flat tires, $50. In my market, I would just donate it.

Air up the tires, if they hold (even if the tires are really old), you probably could get $75.

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