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Ive had this bike for around 4 years now and it might have 20 trail miles on it and about 30 tarmac miles on it.. I got it in high school and now I have a family and no time to ride so Im considering selling it but not a clue as to it's value, if any...It's a Cannondale Scalpel lefty, bought in 2010 and couldn't say what bells n whistles it has..
Bicycle tire Wheel Bicycle wheel rim Bicycle wheel Bicycle part

"Handmade in USA"
-mavic 819 disc tubeless rims
-hutchinson python tubeless light tires, 26x2.00 (made in france)
-Complete Shimano drive train gears, deore XT pedals, XTR shifter
-float RP3 Fox rear shock
-single lefty front shock
-Shimano disk brakes
 

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"Handmade in USA"
-mavic 819 disc tubeless rims
-hutchinson python tubeless light tires, 26x2.00 (made in france)
-Complete Shimano drive train gears, deore XT pedals, XTR shifter
-float RP3 Fox rear shock
-single lefty front shock
-Shimano disk brakes
 

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What kind of things matter?
How much is my car worth?

It is a Toyota truck.

That is pretty vague.

What kind of bells and whistles does it have?

Huh?

4, 6, 8 cyclinder
2 or 4 wheel drive
What tires and wheels
Leather or cloth
CD or 8 track
Manual or Auto

It really isn't that difficult.

Without that info, I wouldn't give more that a couple hundred bucks.
 

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Front and rear derailleurs, brakes, wheels/hubs, pedals, bars/stem, seat, seatpost, cranks.
"Handmade in USA"
-mavic 819 disc tubeless rims
-hutchinson python tubeless light tires, 26x2.00 (made in france)
-Complete Shimano drive train gears, deore XT pedals, XTR shifter
-float RP3 Fox rear shock
-Integration SI stem with lefty front shock
-Shimano disk brakes
-carbon/2014, 140g/560mm Wind cannondale handlebars
 

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Try putting the bike on its wheels first, before you take photos and list it. Presentation of the bike is most of the impression that I take from an ad when I'm looking at it. If the photos are shitty/blurry or don't show any important features, I'll skip the ad, no matter what bike is being advertised.
 
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