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Old 02-02-19, 08:54 PM
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Shimano 6207 group evaluation

These are the pictures.
it is missing the front brake caliper.
Good condition, except the brake levers, which have scratches.
700C wheels with araya rims.
Bottom bracket still on the frame, but comes with the group.
How much are you thinking it worth?




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Recently I've been buying a lot of 6207 parts and these are prices I've seen.

Crank set $45-55
BB $20-25
Shifters $25-30
FD - $25
RD- $45
Brake- $20
Headset - $45
Lever without hoods- $15
Hubs - $45
Wheelset i would value around $80.
Freewheel $15-25 depending on teeth ratio.

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The freewheel is 13-24, 6 speed, same Shimano 600.
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Looks like a nice group. I might try to keep it all together, but you can surely make more if you part it out on ebay. If the races in the headset are nice, that is probably your most valuable item.

Hard to give the pedals away without the clips and covers that hold them. ie.: they're useless.
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Looks like a nice group. I might try to keep it all together, but you can surely make more if you part it out on ebay. If the races in the headset are nice, that is probably your most valuable item.

Hard to give the pedals away without the clips and covers that hold them. ie.: they're useless.

With the prices i suggested those are without eBay fees etc etc. I paid just slightly more for each of these parts to get 2 groups together.
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I believe that's a 6208 group, or at least the rear derailleur is. I had a 6207 group for a while and was not impressed. Pretty clunky shifting, imo
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Shimano introduced New 600EX (6207) series in 1984. In 1986 the rear derailleur, shift levers, rear hub and freewheel were updated to 6208 to incorporate SIS compatibility. The brakeset was also update to 6208 with some minor design changes. The subject group is 1986-1987 model year and incorporates both 6207 and 6208 components. The 6207/6208 rear derailleurs were good performing models.for their era. These should appeal to anybody wanting to outfit a mid-1980s, mid-range frame with period correct indexed shifting.
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Thank you.
What should be the value of the entire group?
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I think about $200 US with the wheels. Seems to me that complete 600 groups go for around $100-150 and wheels with freewheel/cassette about $100
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