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Old 02-16-17, 02:05 PM
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I must be getting tighter with money...

These worth $50? I guess I need someone to tell me to go get them. I got my Fuji Espree and Fuji Allegro for $50 both. These are also $50 for both. Missing some parts though.... "urbanized" if you will.


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Old 02-16-17, 02:53 PM
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I'd get them. Clean them, lube them and give them to a bikeless tall friend (or two). Help somebody get into cycling.
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Old 02-16-17, 03:28 PM
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It depends on what your plan for them would be.

Flip? It'd be hard not to make money on them when you're starting at $25/per bike. Buy.

Keep and restore? Pass. Too much trouble.
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Almost definitely worth it if you're going to clean them up and flip them. I don't usually flip stuff but I'd probably but these, put $25 into each of them and then sell them for $150 each. Of course, I live in NYC so the market is pretty good here.
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If they were local to me I'd make the thread "look what I just got for $50".
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I'd grab those for $50. Frames & parts are worth that much. Even if they are missing a few things.
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I'm such a fan of that Fuji designed really great, handsome bikes in the 80's, I always getting excited when I see one. But...closer look and one is missing the post and saddle, both have ruined handlebars and no hoods and I only see one chainring on both, so it looks like someone monkeyed with the drivetrain. SO, if where you live is a desert that never produces vintage bike, and you've got the spare time, knock youself out, lots of cool parts and a couple of frames. If vintage bikes come up where you are, maybe pass on those.
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