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Old 01-01-09, 06:36 PM   #1
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Market Value of 1973 Men's Raleigh Superbe (23" Bronze Green Frame)?

Any opinions on fair market price (or price range..given regional differences) for a 1973 (self-adjusting brakes) Men's Raleigh Superbe 3-speed with a 23" frame in Bronze Green. All original (grips, rear reflector, rear rack, saddle, saddle bag, etc.), except for new tires...and missing the original frame pump. Dyno-hub & lights work fine. Original Brook Saddle is as new. Few scratches, no rust. Plastic piece on trigger is perfect. It's a keeper, and I was just interested in knowing for my own sake. Also, anybody know if they are rare these days? Thanks in advance. Happy New Year!
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