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Anyone know value of 1985 Fuji Touring Series iv 21 speed

Old 05-19-19, 11:02 PM
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Anyone know value of 1985 Fuji Touring Series iv 21 speed

Anyone know the value of what I think is a 1985 Fuji Touring Series iv 21 speed.. I have pics below.. From the Fuji website and research I thinks its a 1985.. any information would be greatly appreciated
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Try this in Classic & Vintage: What's It Worth? You'll probably get an answer a lot faster there.

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For a 34 year old bike, you'll be lucky to get more than $50-$100. Unless you find one of the two people in the country who dearly yearn for that model, size, and color.
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Your best bet is to find buyer who cherishes older tech. Here's an old discussion of this topic:


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I have an 86 Touring Series V. Owned since new and no longer ride it, however aesthetically I really, really, really like it and have put it on display in my permanent collection in my office. Figured it won't fetch much over 200 bucks if that, and it is nice to look at and recall the history and life changing events it brought my way so it is my 200 dollar piece of Japanese art.
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I have a 1985 TS IV that is a fantastic bike for commuting or loaded tours. Either buying or selling condition determines the price.
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