WTB: trek 1000

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acorn
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WTB: trek 1000

Postby acorn » Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:35 am

What would be a estimate price of this Bike?

http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo18 ... 00blue.jpg

This is all the info I have.

thanks

cooper
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Postby cooper » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:38 am

Trek 1000 is now a Trek 1.2
Sora groupset, maybe 16 speed, can't remember.
about $1000 new say 5 years ago.
that should give you an idea.

asianexpat
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Location: Adelaide, SA

Postby asianexpat » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:57 am

a friend of mine just got the Trek 1.2 w rear Sora and front 2200. paid 700 bucks for it.
Its on in the mind. Never say die.

Why drive when you can ride.

Shut up legs.

aLLEz aLLEz

twowheels
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Location: Perth

Postby twowheels » Tue Sep 02, 2008 3:37 pm

give them a call & ask them to look for a frame size for you, saved me a trip at the last event. there is a catalogue available online now.

acorn
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Postby acorn » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:28 pm

my dad went to ross's salvage

the guy did not let my dad ride the bike.

so I will NOT auction

twowheels
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Postby twowheels » Wed Sep 03, 2008 12:06 pm

acorn wrote:my dad went to ross's salvage

the guy did not let my dad ride the bike.

so I will NOT auction


pity, i don't know their policy re test rides. previously I've been allowed to sit on the bikes to get a feel for size and also run through the gears holding the back wheel of the bike up, check brakes etc.

from their point of view there would be liability issues, especially as an example they are not a bike shop so don't have helmets to supply for a test ride. many of their buyers are just resellers who don't care too much about size or operation too much, just whether they can turn a profit (keep a lookout on ebay for it!).

i bought a small mountain bike there last year, was in excellent condition, the original water bottle was unused, i think the bike may have been stolen from the bike shop. fortunately the bike i bought was about lot 3 or 5 so i didn't have to hang around too much. i noticed the bike you were after was into the late hundreds, would be quite a drag to wait around for it.

good luck with your bike search.

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