precisely......even if there was a blue book, its irrelevant since you only get what people are willing to pay.Rivet said:Throw it on eBay and see what the free market says.
:nono: Well after posting this you can be sure the competition in the bidding is growing by the minute. :madman:alexrex20 said:thanks for the replies guys, but i'm not the seller. i'm the buyer.
one of the xizang frames is on ebay right now and i'm bidding on it. i was just trying to get a feel for what it might go for. what would you guys spend on one, if at all?
indeed! rule #1, never remind people of ebay items....DIRTJUNKIE said:A used car salesman your not.
So your saying you were the winning bidder. congrats.:thumbsup:Faux Part Deux said:indeed! rule #1, never remind people of ebay items....
for the record, i dig the Xizang tons! took it on its first ride yesterday that had ANY technical sections (by my y standards anyway) and it did way better than I thought for what is no doubt a WAY more XC-oriented bike than I am used to, especially in terms of geometry. up for sure!