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Old 07-21-14, 11:53 AM
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F.Moser value?

Hi,

I bought this F.Moser a while ago and i don't really know the value of it so i was hoping someone could help me find the value of this bike. It has Michelin tires and on the other side of the bike the Super Prestige Pernod logo.
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Old 07-22-14, 11:00 PM
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Your photos don't show much. To judge bike value, you (we) have to see the drivetrain side (right side) of the bike, the crank and derailleurs. Also the frame lugs, any tubing decals, the dropouts, in decent lighting. Like, take a minute to pull the bike out from the corner of the garage and into the light.
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Old 07-26-14, 09:41 AM
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I made some more pictures,i hope this will help you guys a bit more vinding the value.
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Old 07-27-14, 09:00 PM
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A prestigious name. Italian. Paint, metal, and decals in nice condition but needs detailing, bar tape and tires. Mid-grade frame tubing and mid-priced components. I'm thinking $400-$600.
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Old 07-27-14, 10:00 PM
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The colors are really nice. Like the looks of the bike alot, however it is a mid grade model. Maybe four hundred at best. Moser bikes dont go for much money it seems. I bought two of them at one time..didnt pay much for them either. One was slx tubing and the other was an aluminum bike. They rode pretty nice and looked good.
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I agree with Joe, while it is a nice bike nothing screams 'name brand' on it. I like the eclectic mix of all Italian parts and would love to try out a Oria frame but I would go above $400 on it if that.


How do you like the ride? Are you enjoying it or did you only buy it to resell it?


If that was mine in the course of doing an overhaul I would ditch those old brake blocks and add some new Kool Stop Modolo (they are the only ones that fit those Modolo holders) and get some new rubber on it to improve the ride.
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Old 07-28-14, 06:10 AM
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I wasn't really thinking of doing an overhaul on it as i don't use the bike alot.I originally bought the bike for reselling so i think i'll try to sell the bike for $350.Thanks for the Handy information!
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