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1993 Giant Cadex ALR-1

Old 07-31-10, 09:29 AM
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1993 Giant Cadex ALR-1

Can anyone tell me the approxmate value of a slightly used Mens 1993 Giant Cadex ALR-1? (Ridden maybe 3x on short runs) I think the frame size is 58 cm, maybe a bit larger. Wheel size is 700 cm. It has an all aluminum frame, Shimano 105 16 speed components, Michelin Select sport tires, Campagnol Omicron rims and Look clipless pedals. I'm a newbie here, so if you need more info, please feel free to let me know. Thanks!
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if it is pristine and ready to ride maybe $300. are the shifters on the frame or part of the brakelever? pics?
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Thank you Bianchigirll for the quick reply! The shifters are located on the frame. No pics as of yet but will do that ASAP. I also have a Giant 1993 Perigee 58 cm frame Mens, shifters are also located on the frame and the bike has been ridden about the same as the Cadex. Both bikes are in pristine condition except for a little dust. Unfortunately I do not have as much info regarding tires, gears, etc. as I did on the Cadex. I believe it is 10 speed. When I can get both from their stored location, I'll get some pics. Any ideas on the value of the Perigee?
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Perigee is lower in value, it was pretty close to entry level back then. Visit bikepedia and it will give you all the original specs. It was only a $350 bike when it came out (versus $800 for the ALR).

Post pics and someone will wade in with a value.
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