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Vintage Spalding Blade Women's Teal Bike

Old 10-29-20, 12:54 AM
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Vintage Spalding Blade Women's Teal Bike

I have a Spalding Blade ABT 12 speed women's bike in teal color. From what I've googled, this seems to be a rare bike but I'm not sure what it's worth. The right handle is broken and doesn't connect to the brake line, the tires are flat, and some parts are rusted.

Anyone know how much I could sell this for?
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Most Spalding bikes are pretty low end. Women's bikes are worth less than men's bikes.

A rusty, broken one with flat tires is worth a lot less than a working one. May be worth $5 - $10 as is.
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I am a little familiar with this brand. Spalding made basketballs , baseball gloves, etc. Sporting equipment

The bikes were/ are VERY low end.

Donate the bike and save yourself time.
$10.00 would be at the high end.

And like above said.....women's bikes , especially in the condition you described, is worth practically nothing......sorry
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The Blade road bikes I have handled were actually not that bad, and a step or 3 above bottom end. Alloy rims, 12 speed gearing, Shimano indexed shifting. Nothing great but a decent knock-around bike for very little money. I sold a women's model recently for $170. An ATB in ready to ride condition would be $100-$150 around here, depending on condition. However, the one you describe is more like $30-$40 for parts. Shimano shifting, Sugino cranks, 26" alloy rims.
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