The Procaliber was actually meant as a Cross Country Race bike, if i recall correctly. It was a good bike at the time. If you're really interested in it, you should have the current condition checked out (unless you're competent enough to do this yourself). The suspension fork will most likely need work, as its 7-8 years old at this point. If it hasn't been maintained, it will need seals, oil, etc, and may even be worn out. The same with the derailleurs and cables.
Have them all checked out, and if everything seems to work fine, its could be a good deal.
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hrm. you might want to look into a burlier freeride hardtail also. something like a Fisher Mullet. It really depends what you mean by "All Mountain". If you're more interested in going uphill fast - get and XC bike, if you're doing jumps/drops or going downhill fast, you might want to think about more of a freeride hardtail...
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