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    Default Kona Bike value question

    About 3-4 years ago I bought my youngest daughter a Kona "Hahanna" (spelling??) mountain bike.
    She used it four of five times and then it has been sitting in our storage shed since then.
    I spray it with gun oil every now and then...
    She is long gone off to college now, and using up book and tuition money like crazy.
    I am thinking about selling it and sending her the cash.
    It has a sticker that says 14 inch on the frame.
    I would say it is in about 95% condition...

    About what should I ask for the darn thing???
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    Konas tend to hold their value pretty well. So if you can find someone who is interested that is pretty small (14" frame is for a pretty small person), you could ask 75-150 bucks for it depending on what components are on it. Anyway there's my 2 cents.
    I'm going to ctrl-alt-delete you so hard your mama's computer is going to reboot.

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    Unfortunately, mtn. bikes do not hold their value. W/o a picture and component list, I would say $150 is probably on the very high end.

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    Thanks guys. I just sold it to a local gal of small stature (5'1) for $150.
    It was a 24 speed, hard tail, front shocks, that maybe had 10 to 15 miles on a paved bike trail before it was hung up and sprayed with oil.
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