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Vintage Specialized Stump Jumper & Rock Hopper Comp - Value?

Old 05-26-13, 10:11 AM
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Vintage Specialized Stump Jumper & Rock Hopper Comp - Value?

So my husband and I have two Specialized bikes that we bought 20+ years ago. One is the Stump Jumper and the other is the Rock Hopper Comp. Can anyone help me with a value if I were to sell them?

The Stump Jumper says Direct Drive CRO-MO tubing and has Shimano Decore LX pedals, Shimano Decore light action gears, Specialized rims and Anza handle bar.

The Rock Hopper Comp says Direct Drive CRO-MO tubing and has Shimano Decore DX gears, Shimano LX pedals, Specialized rims.

Thanks so much!
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Old 05-26-13, 10:36 AM
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If they are in good mechanical condition, somewhere around $200-$250 each. If they are in poor mechanical condition, closer to $150 each.

The Rockhopper Comp is the better of the two bikes even though the Stumpjumper is the "higher" model.
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They are both fine bikes and seem to be in great shape (the saddle appears messed up on the white bike though). More pics (esp. of the drivetrain side) would help us provide a better valuation. I really like vintage MTBs and own a pair of stumpjumpers. All I can say is that they're not, unfortunately, worth much. This also depends on what kind of a market you live in. In a large urban area with a hot used bike market, they are worth more than in a smaller city. Maybe they're worth $200-$250 each since they look so clean in the pic (and assuming everything is in good working order) but you may have to price them lower to sell them. I'd put the price somewhere between $150 to $200. They can be found for less but these bikes are really clean.
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Thanks for the feedback. Both bikes have always been stored indoors. They definitely could use a cleaning, but everything works great -- except for flat tires. Here's a close-up pic.
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