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'86 Raleigh Grand Prix and '88 Raleigh Technium Pro

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'86 Raleigh Grand Prix and '88 Raleigh Technium Pro

Old 04-26-14, 12:59 PM
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'86 Raleigh Grand Prix and '88 Raleigh Technium Pro

So these bikes were bought by my Dad for him and my Mom back in 1990. They just about never rode them, the receipt is still in the bag on one of the handle bars. So I though it would be worth looking into moving them on to someone who would actually make good use of them. Its probably worth noting that the only time these have really been moved since 1991 was when ever they got got moved from the garage to the shed.

1986 Grand Prix


1988 Technium Pro


Random Stuff in the bags on the handle bars.
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Old 04-26-14, 01:37 PM
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If you're not in Hootersville, you can probably get $200-$225 for the GP and $250-$300 for the Technium Pro. You'll need much better photos, some with detail and with a pleasing neutral background.


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Remount the rear wheel on the Technium so the chain is properly fed too.

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Thanks, I'll keep the better pictures things mind.
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the Technium Pro is a nice bike i have on similar it rides great
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I would guess $225 for the GP and $300 for the Technium Pro which is a underated valued which if mine I would likely keep.
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