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Value of an old Sekai 2400???

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A while ago I saw an old Sekai sell for almost $200 on ebay and I was wondering if anyone here knew what my old Sekai 2400 is worth. It's a frame shift 10 speed, front casettes and derailer are shimano sora, rims are kinlin 700mm, rear is 11-34 shimano megarange casettes, suntour v-gtour derailer. It's in pretty nice condition, as I ride it to work every day, however I know nothing about bikes. It's suprisingly light weight for a steel frame. Let me know, thanks.
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Re: Value of an old Sekai 2400???

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Re: Value of an old Sekai 2400???

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Hard to say without seeing it, but generally an older steel frame bike in good condition with lower end components like Sora could possibly be worth $100-150 (maybe less, maybe a little more) depending on the details and condition. Classic English or Italian framed bikes with campy get more because of their collectibility, not really true for the Japanese frames (Sakai, Miyata, Shogun, etc...) with garden variety Shimano, even though they may be somewhat rare.
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