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Old 07-21-11, 09:46 PM   #1
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Value of a 1998 GT Vertigo

I'm looking to sell a 1998 GT Vertigo. The frame is in good shape and it has all the other original parts (handlebars, crank, grips, etc) except for the rear wheel. Someone stole the wheel a while back and the bike has just been collecting dust ever since. What's a fair asking price?
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Old 07-22-11, 11:41 PM   #2
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Without a rear wheel, probably not much more than $ 20 and a donor bike at that ? Probably better parted out on ebay, but there's always the possibility of getting a new rear wheel and then you'd more than likely be stuck riding it because it's a break even situation ? That is the rear wheel might cost as much as it would sell for. My 2003 Haro was a free bike, the paint job and refurb to get it ride-able again cost as much and possibly more than I could've found one on Craig's list for. Factor in S&H and I guess I came out a little better off with the one I wound up with ?
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