So I have been searching and searching for a late 90's homegrown frame, and I finally found one. I found it on craigslist in Indiana. But I had to buy the whole bike, which included the old style XT components, and I think whatever else came on it stock, got it all for 375+40 shipping. It's bass boat red and I am unsure of the exact year, but I know the history of the homegrowns, the only thing is that there is a deep pin size dent on the down tube, about in the middle(wasn't told about this). I just want to know what this means. Is the frame weaker, less valuable? I'm riding a 4-banger right now, but I really wanted the homegrown hard tail to fall back on, and I kind of wanted it to be mint, well at least free of structural damage. So i stripped the parts and now am looking at a bunch of outdated components and a dinged frame. Also what are teh classic XT parts worth anything? Thanks a lot!
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