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Help me price a 1995 Cannondale T400

Old 08-10-08, 08:12 AM
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Help me price a 1995 Cannondale T400

Hi, I picked up a 1995 Cídale T400 from CL recently. Unfortunately itís too big for me and Iíve decided to sell it. Itís a lovely red color in mint condition. Iíve seen prices online ranging from $350.00 to $750.00 Ė whatís a reasonable price to ask/expect for a quick sale on CL?

Here's what I could make out from looking at the bike (going from rear to front - please forgive and correct my incorrect terminology):

23Ē/58.4 cms
Nimbus EX 700 x 32 tires
Sun L18 wheels
Sovus hubs
Front and Rear der - Shimano RSX 100
21 speed
The brake pads are Shimano & the thingy that the pads are attached to are Altus SLR
crankset - RSX
Sticker on frame says it's handmade in the US!
Dia Comp brakes
Brevettato handlebar AE 2093
American Classic seatpost
Velo saddle

Thanks!
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Old 08-10-08, 11:46 AM
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The best way to determine value is from prior sales of comparable bikes, in your area. I know one sold on CL just recently that had:
23”/58.4 cms
Nimbus EX 700 x 32 tires
Sun L18 wheels
Sovus hubs
Front and Rear der - Shimano RSX 100
21 speed
The brake pads are Shimano & the thingy that the pads are attached to are Altus SLR
crankset - RSX
Sticker on frame says it's handmade in the US!
Dia Comp brakes
Brevettato handlebar AE 2093
American Classic seatpost
Velo saddle

If you know what that one sold for, you know what it is worth.
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I bought my '93 T1000 in Fort Worth, Texas off Craigslist. It was barely ridden, spotless and had upgraded shifters, stem and a computer. I paid $225.00.
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Old 08-11-08, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by deburn View Post
Hi, I picked up a 1995 C’dale T400 from CL recently. Unfortunately it’s too big for me and I’ve decided to sell it. It’s a lovely red color in mint condition. I’ve seen prices online ranging from $350.00 to $750.00 – what’s a reasonable price to ask/expect for a quick sale on CL?

Here's what I could make out from looking at the bike (going from rear to front - please forgive and correct my incorrect terminology):

23”/58.4 cms
Nimbus EX 700 x 32 tires
Sun L18 wheels
Sovus hubs
Front and Rear der - Shimano RSX 100
21 speed
The brake pads are Shimano & the thingy that the pads are attached to are Altus SLR
crankset - RSX
Sticker on frame says it's handmade in the US!
Dia Comp brakes
Brevettato handlebar AE 2093
American Classic seatpost
Velo saddle

Thanks!
Aw, man... I JUST GOT BACK FROM CAMBRIDGE! I could have looked at it and possibly bought it.

By the way, Cambridge is a great town for cycling. I rented a bicycle instead of a car while I was there.
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Old 08-11-08, 01:13 PM
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Thanks Truman, that gives me another reference point to work with.

MrPolak, that's too bad! It would have been nice to meet a forum member in person even if you didnt buy the bike. Yeah, Cambridge is a great place to live and to bike. Unfortunately I have to move at the end of the month to Chelsea which is across the Tobin Bridge and no easy/safe way to ride to Cambridge - bummer!
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Around here $250-275.
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Old 08-12-08, 05:27 PM
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Thanks Ricohman! Interesting handle you have there...
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