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3 bikes I could use info on
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I'm new here, so I apologize in advance if I'm not using this properly ;~}. I purchased theese a few months ago, and am finally getting around to try to sell them, but I honestly have no clue what is a fair price to ask, so any help would be appreciated!

The first one -

John Deere yellow girls single speed coaster

20 " high rise, 14 " frame, weight 33 lbs, made in taiwan, tp 30?/lbs/in

good tires, all original, can still see flowers on parts of the seat. There is a split you can clearly see in the pictures.

Serial # 2124307

The 2nd one -

John Deere gren ladies Touring 3 speed bike

19 " frame, 3 speed hub, tp 50 / 60 lbs per sq in

Both brakes work, but need tightening. Everything looks to be all original and in good working order.

Serial # 2207829

The last bike is a -

7 speed Passage Cross Series Tripple GT Triangle

Everything works, and looks to be in great working condition. There is also a pump & back trails drink holder, and a Jandd Mountaineering back under the seat.

Serial # T3041509

Thanks again, and have a great weekend everyone!


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#2
I just realized I really didn't use enough pictures of the first and last one so adding a few more attachments quick.
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#3
As far as the Gt is concerned its my experience that in near perfect condition it can bring about half of what it cost new, if not then less than half of that. unless the bike is special for what ever the reason and sought after. The one you have is very early 90's and fairly entry level, probably around $300 new not on sale. its nothing to throw$80 or more to freshen up a bike. 300-150=150-75=75 because it looks like it needs work. put it up for $100 and if offered $50, take it and run.
as for the others you are looking for certain buyers and they are not the cream of the crop. I would put them up for around $75 and take most any offer above $20
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#4
Price depends a lot on where you are. The vintage bikes would go for a lot more than $20 in Los Angeles, but people here love the old 3 speeds. Look on your local craigslist for similar bikes to gauge a fair price (or these particular bikes in larger markets)
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