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    2005 V10 Frame

    any ideas how much a used 2005 V10 in good condition goes for?

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    Around $1000-$1200 USD without dents.
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    this doofus has been trying to unload a dented 2006 frame on Craigslist for a few months. He's down to $1,000 at the moment, although he started much higher.
    http://denver.craigslist.org/bik/605974181.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by sooner518
    this doofus has been trying to unload a dented 2006 frame on Craigslist for a few months. He's down to $1,000 at the moment, although he started much higher.
    http://denver.craigslist.org/bik/605974181.html
    Pass
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    The shock was "freshened" up by Fox, didn't know they freshened up shocks.

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    Also, he said that he would not ship it out of Denver. You'd have to come and pick it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sooner518
    this doofus has been trying to unload a dented 2006 frame on Craigslist for a few months. He's down to $1,000 at the moment, although he started much higher.
    http://denver.craigslist.org/bik/605974181.html

    That is one heafty dent, atlhough I don't think it would create any issues. But I would pass on it just the same. Its funny because I was looking through the Santa Cruz ads on ebay this last week and I think it was a Nomad that was for sale that had a dent in the top tube. A slight dent but regardless a dent. But the funny thing is this, the seller said he got the dent from a broomhandle falling on the frame . I just don't see how a 3 lbs wooden handle could put a dent into a piece of worked aluminum..... unless of course it was some industrial strength steel broomstick.
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    Aw, crap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooddog
    That is one heafty dent, atlhough I don't think it would create any issues. But I would pass on it just the same. Its funny because I was looking through the Santa Cruz ads on ebay this last week and I think it was a Nomad that was for sale that had a dent in the top tube. A slight dent but regardless a dent. But the funny thing is this, the seller said he got the dent from a broomhandle falling on the frame . I just don't see how a 3 lbs wooden handle could put a dent into a piece of worked aluminum..... unless of course it was some industrial strength steel broomstick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudd
    Disgruntled wife or girlfriend!
    HA! That's probably why he is selling it too!
    Aw, crap!

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