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Original/Complete '85 Haro FST - Value???

Old 04-12-19, 10:59 PM
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Original/Complete '85 Haro FST - Value???

Do you by any chance know the value of a complete and original 1985 Haro Freestyler FST? The first four of the serial number is 8510

I have pictures as well I just can't add them because I'm new to the site.

Thank you!! Really appreciate any input! I've been searching for days and haven't been able to find any kind of conclusive current value for the '85 FST.

Thanks again!
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Old 04-16-19, 12:13 PM
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FST/FSX was lower tier of the Haro Freestyler's. The Sport was better. The Master was the best. If it's in good condition I would say you could realistically list it for about 500 to 600 dollars.
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I have an 85 myself. They were the last year of the ALL chromo fst frames. As far as "good, better, best" thing that was hard to decide as they were built for different things in mind. The sport was for vert, and the master was for flatland. The geometry even changed to allow for that. They're just different bikes period. The fst was still a good bike, but had a few lower end (hi ten) parts on it. Still very easily upgradable. Depending on how original it is, I'd say about 500-600 myself, tops.

If you want good info, I know personally two people that are absolute experts on everything Haro over on the bmxmuseum.com site. Come check it out!
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