Old 10-19-21, 05:20 AM
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justcynn 
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Bikes: (2) 1980 Schwinn Voyageur 11.8 All Chrome, 1985 Schwinn Peloton, 1987 Schwinn Tempo, 1987 Schwinn Prelude, 1988 Schwinn Premis, 1987 Trek 520,, 1985 Schwinn Voyageur, 1985 Schwinn LeTour Luxe, 1989 Schwinn Voyageur, 2011 Specialized Roubaix

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Originally Posted by pcb View Post
Seems to me you could buy the same frame in a size that fits you, that's not a limited edition, has no gold and is very clean for $300-$400 tops. So the question kinda becomes is it worth it to you to pay $500 more for the limited edition one with gold, that doesn't fit you. And that's $500 extra only if you can get it for $600 less than the buyer's asking.

That's a question you have to answer for yourself.

I try not to buy any frame/bike that doesn't fit me well enough to ride comfortably. Every time I ignore this, I regret it, and find a new owner for it.
makes sense. Thanks for the input. The fact no one has said these are sought after collectibles has made me rethink this and since canít build to ride, definite pass unless it comes way down in price. Thanks again
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