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AGE / VALUE:   raleigh 20 with 3spd with built in dynamo posted by: Ryan on 9/22/2002 at 8:42:06 AM
i have just aquired a non folding raleigh 20 with pack rack, rack bag, tail light and unique 3spd sturmey archer hub with built in dynamo. any ideas on value of bike or of hub alone?







WANTED:   Patterson pad set / Torker 280x decal set posted by: L.A on 9/21/2002 at 11:56:07 AM
Hi I need few things, a patterson pad set, its ok if not complete, What about a cal lite pad set (blue and orange checkered) Also a decal set for my torker 280x. Please let me know if anyone can help.
Thank You







AGE / VALUE:   Hutch Hollywood help posted by: jim on 9/21/2002 at 5:50:49 AM
Judge frames are by far more valuable than Hollywoods though ;) ! I would do the value at $400-$600 depending on how lucky you are (USA made f&f) ! If not US made maybe $200-$300 .







AGE / VALUE:   HUTCH HOLLYWOOD posted by: robert on 9/20/2002 at 10:35:13 AM
i have a new old stock hutch holly wood frame and fork. can anyone tell me what it is worth? i also have a new old stock kuwahara magician complete in the box. any help would b great! they are for sale. if no one makes an offer, i will be selling them on ebay thanks


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   HUTCH HOLLYWOOD posted by Old Pro on 9/20/2002 at 12:14:47 PM
value depends on where it was made. Hutch bicycles that were built overseas do not demand the high prices as the U.S. made Frames. Within the past 6 months I saw a U.S. made NOS Hutch Judge Frame and Fork sell for $850. The imports will bring maybe half of that. Maybe. Good luck.

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:   HUTCH HOLLYWOOD posted by LittleRed on 10/4/2002 at 3:20:20 PM
On that subject, I'm curious about how you determine whether it was made in the US or not. I'd like to know because still I have my Hutch Pro which I bought in '85 in South Africa. I believe it was imported from the US but I'd like to know.






AGE / VALUE:   I got a Kuahara Migician EX outa a dumper posted by: Trevor Martin on 9/19/2002 at 1:42:17 AM
Basically I pulled it outa this dumpster to find out this Flatland beauty still has about 95% stock parts! Its got blue 48hole rims, A white gear that says "Kuahara Power" white pedals, blue post,frame, and bars. The chain is white. so is the, tires,grips(ame), pedals,plastic seat. Its a beautiful flatland bike and I would like to get an idea of how much it would be worth. It does to my dissapointment a newer Oddyssey Gyro as opposed to a basic rotor nad a brand new Giro cable. If anyone can let me know what I got, or wants what I got then thanks.







MISC:   Pantha Assasin posted by: Andy on 9/17/2002 at 11:44:24 AM
Just a quick continuation from my last notice sorry. I dont know too much about this bike so I'm just keen to find out anything. This bike's still got all the racing pads and number plate as well...it was pretty washed up when i got it.







MISC:   Whats a chrome Pantha Assasin cruiser worth nowadays? posted by: andy on 9/17/2002 at 11:27:14 AM
Hay there guys i love all the hard work u put in to make this site the way it is now....i'm from lil' ol New Zealand downunder and was wondering what the worth is on my restored chrome Pantha Assasin cruiser made right here on this land. Everything is now shiny and original (the frame, Tange forks, WIDE-ASS handle bars!!) except for the wheels, which have been changed...it certainly looks a great site...any input would be greatly appreciated.


   RE:MISC:   Whats a chrome Pantha Assasin cruiser worth nowadays? posted by andy on 9/18/2002 at 4:54:36 AM
To be honest i dont think its worth much to the average American collector but it doesnt hurt to ask...just in case






FOR SALE:   CHECK OUY MY EBAY posted by: robert on 9/17/2002 at 8:33:54 AM
YOU HAVE TO SEE WHAT I HAVE LISTED ON EBAY! NOS HUTCH TRICKSTAR, NOS SE QUADANGLE, NOS REDLINE MX-II, AND MUCH MORE!! I WILL BE LISTING TONS FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS BY THE WAY, HAH MY USER NAME IS bikezhop on ebay







FOR SALE:   CHECK OUY MY EBAY posted by: robert on 9/17/2002 at 8:33:54 AM
YOU HAVE TO SEE WHAT I HAVE LISTED ON EBAY! NOS HUTCH TRICKSTAR, NOS SE QUADANGLE, NOS REDLINE MX-II, AND MUCH MORE!! I WILL BE LISTING TONS FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS







AGE / VALUE:   worth anything posted by: bob on 9/15/2002 at 5:47:26 PM
just bought at auction a GREG HILL CYCLE PRO COMPETITOR would like to know anything about this bike any help would be appreciated







WANTED:   peregrine 3pc cranks posted by: robert black on 9/13/2002 at 6:39:55 AM
i am looking for a set of 175mm 3p peregrine cranks. anyone? i am willing to trade or buy! thanks







FOR SALE:   hutch NOS seat clamp posted by: robert black on 9/13/2002 at 6:37:07 AM
hey hutch lovers! i have a NOS HUTCH SEATCLAMP for sale in white only! it is the donut version still mint in bag. i will trade for a mongoose phaseII frame! or sell for $30.00 price is firm!'thanks







WANTED:   mongoose phase II frame only posted by: robert black on 9/12/2002 at 7:31:14 AM
i ma looking for a mongoose phase II bmx frame. it is polished aluminum and a 20" version. i also need a set of gt hubs sealed preferably. not sure what the make of gt hubs i will want, so please email me what you have and any pics would be great! PLEASE don't email me ANY info on gt mohawk hubs, i do not want them! thanks a bunch and check what i have for sale on ebay anytime! my user name is bikezhop







WANTED:   paterson bicycle posted by: Michael on 9/11/2002 at 2:24:13 AM
I just saw the most incredible bicycle I think I have ever been exposed to. The gentleman called it a patterson and said it was used in WWI for soldieeeers to navigate about on the fields. If anyone has any information I would be most grateful.







WANTED:   "bandit bicycle" posted by: collin on 9/9/2002 at 9:32:50 PM
I was wondering if huffy was the maker of a bike called "the Bandit"???? middle to late 70's. if so, does anyone know where to get pic's of this bike??? any help would be appreciated...


   RE:WANTED:    posted by dave on 11/21/2002 at 11:08:33 PM
I've got a bandit in pretty good shape I'd be willing to sell...It's a Huffy. Email me!