Old 01-05-21, 07:23 AM
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This bike is difficult to value because it needs a fair amount of work. It's old which helps the value to the right buyer. The fact that it's a lady's model shrinks the market a bit. You'll get your best price on eBay since you need to find the right buyer.

I would not do any work on this bike except to try to gently clean it. It doesn't sound as if you have the expertise to work on it. I'd talk to a local bike shop and figure out how much they'd charge to box it up. You can then figure out shipping (using bike flights or something similar) and then try to get a value by looking at equivalent priced bikes. Plain gauge Reynolds main triangle British bikes pop up from time to time on eBay and run $200 on up but they are typically in better shape than this. I'd ask $300 plus shipping/boxing and see if there is any interest. Also make sure you list the size of the bike as well.
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