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Old 12-18-16, 08:38 PM
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Club Fuji and Trek 1400

One owner, well-maintained, always garage kept… Ballpark value?
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Old 12-19-16, 06:25 AM
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Well, you're looking at a small framed Club and a tall framed aluminum Trek. Not my favorite style, but they sell. Are you buying or selling? In the DC market, restored with new tires, drivetrain clean, bearings all re-packed, new cabling, you could get $325 for the Trek and $295 for the Fuji. They'd have to be well marketed and you'd have to be patient.


If I were purchasing those two, I wouldn't pay more than $145 for the Fuji. Maybe a hair more for the Trek, $165. This is assuming that they require full servicing to become their best.
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I don't know about the Trek. If the Fuji is in top shape then somewhere between $200 - $300.
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Old 12-19-16, 05:46 PM
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They are both completely rideable but need overhauling… I gave $100 bill for both of them...pics to follow when temperatures above 30° and sun is out
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You did pretty good on that deal.
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$100 for both bikes. Well done.
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