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Matching ZR1000 (2000) and GT Zaskar Team (2001)

Old 04-30-22, 11:33 AM
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Matching ZR1000 (2000) and GT Zaskar Team (2001)

Here are 2 really nice GTs I'm thinking of possibly selling. ZR1000 is full Dura-Ace except an Ultegra RD, I think to accommodate a wider range rear gearing. Mavic Ksyrium rims.

The Zaskar is XT throughout w Mavic rims.

What might they be worth, and do you think selling as a pair adds any value? I live in San Diego btw.

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Old 04-30-22, 12:33 PM
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Oh man, I had a roommate that had a Giant MTB in that exact color scheme. Beautiful ride.
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Old 04-30-22, 12:52 PM
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A corn farthing, yes indeed sir they are worth a corn farthing




I don’t really have any idea of value, but if the only real connection they have is color scheme then I don’t see them worth more as a pair. Plus you need to wait for a buyer to come along who is interested in both.
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I can't speak to value, so I hope others will chime in. But, selling as a pair seems like more work. Who do any of us know that's looking for a road and mountain bike at the same time? I guess you could sell them individually, but also offer as a pair - just in case that obscure buyer sees your ad, and you get the double sale. Good luck.
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I say sell the bike individually good chance in most markets you would get close to twice as much selling to two different individuals than selling to one person. Buyers who buy more than one bike used typically expect huge discounts as much as 50%.
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Old 05-01-22, 11:22 AM
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Thanks folks. I'm not even sure if/when I'm selling. But if I do, the verdict seems to be sell 'em separately,...makes sense. They are quite a pair though!
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The only way to sell as a pair, is list them separately, with a "discount" for buying the pair. Typically, someone seeking a modern road bike will not want an outdated MTB. MTB technology has moved really fast. Anything that is more convenient for sellers means less money. There is a definite connection between proceeds and efforts to market and sell.
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Old 05-02-22, 08:31 AM
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I think the Zaskar selling at about $500 is right in there, the ZR1000 gosh I don't know that's out my range of knowledge.
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