QUOTE (2FRESH @ Aug 29 2010, 04:32 AM)
It's been almost three years and you're only planning to clean it up?
The best answer regarding the value is "it's worth whatever someone pays for it".
Direct quote from the pinned topic at the top of this section:
"From our FAQ -
The true value of vintage bicycles and components can be difficult to determine. Unlike other "collectibles", there isn't a BMX pricing guide. A fair price is one that will make you happy when you buy or sell something. If you are happy with a price, then that price determines the value of your item.
Bottom line: It's worth whatever you can buy it for or get someone to pay for it. VintageBMX.com is a resource for vintage BMXers, a pricing guide it is not.
If you're not sure what that price should be, consider an auction. If you don't want to sell it because it's really worth more than money to you, we understand completely. We're more interested in the attachment to BMX, and the value of that is beyond money. "
Yea, time flies by. It just sits in the basement out of sight. I'm sure it will stay with me. I doubt it would be worth enough money for me to sell it.