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Price Check On Some Cannondale Panniers, Please

Old 09-23-12, 02:09 PM
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Price Check On Some Cannondale Panniers, Please

Well, I'm starting to liquidate unused items from my life to make things a little more manageable. Plus, things at work are not looking good and it's a distinct possibility that I'll lose my job sometime early next year, so, any money I come across now goes into savings just in case. So, I'm going to list some panniers on the 'bay or CL and I don't know what to set the price at. A little help would be appreciated.

I have a full set of Cannondale panniers including the rear Overlands, the matching front panniers, the rear trunk bag and I believe I have the matching front handlebar bag as well (it's the one that had a recall, but I had that taken car of by Cannondale). They are black in color and have never been used (at least I haven't used them and I believe some of them still have the tag on them). There are no boxes, though.

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Old 09-23-12, 02:12 PM
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I don't know but that's quite a setup.
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Old 09-23-12, 02:18 PM
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At one time I think I had for or five sets of Overlands. I still have a set on a commuter (Giant Seek 2) plus these. About three years ago I put a NOS set of Overlands on a Specialized Hard Rock Pro I had set up as a commuter and three days later the whole thing was stolen. I was not happy.
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My hunch is at least $150+ for the entire set. On ebay you might do better listing them as seperate pairs. But I'm no expert.
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Old 09-24-12, 05:56 AM
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I was happy to pay $75 for an older (like 1985) set of Overlands in fantastic shape.

That $150 sounds like a good package.
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Here's a vintage set, with racks, that went for $308 on ebay a few weeks ago.

I think the vintage bags might go for more, and the racks surely bumped the price up.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/vintage-cann...vip=true&rt=nc
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You'd be well justified in asking $200 for the set (and then accepting reasonable offers?). But, $150 might be a real nice deal for all parties. Depending on your location, you might simply try the local CL...
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