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Old 07-28-05, 11:14 AM   #1
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worth 200$

This bike just came up on craigslist yesterday and I am thinkign about buying it but I don't know anything about the frame and I have never seen one like it before. what do you think

http://chambana.craigslist.org/bik/87400064.html

also do you think it is worth 200$

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Old 07-28-05, 11:22 AM   #2
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looks like doodoo.
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If it has armadillos, and with the surley/mavic combo, it might be worth something. But I don't know about that frame. I can't decide if I like that "half boy/half girl" style top tube. And it is just a road conversion.
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i'd say no; manganese steel is nothing special, and that frame is bizarre.
get him down to $150 and it's probably worth it for parts.
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i agree.. with the $150 or maybe even $125
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Ya..I agree with you guys.. I think the frame is really weird but I am actually more interested in the rest of the parts mainly the rear wheel and the fork. I have a old road bike that I converted into a single speed(currently using a mtb front fork and wheel, I crashed a while ago and bent the road fork) and want to finish the conversion to fixed.
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Id say $125.00 and a box of ******* jacks. But you should keep the toy
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you could easily part that out on ebay and make a profit at $150
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