My boss is trying to get rid of an old '94 Trek 9200. He is not into bikes, his dad gave it to him when he was done with it. He wasn't even planning on selling it really, but I saw it in his garage and asked him about it later. I was kind of hoping that since he doesn't ride at all, he would just say $50 or something, just to clean out the garage. But instead, when I ask him how much he wants for it, he keeps telling me that he needs to find out what it is worth. I have no idea what it is worth, I can hardly find out anything about this bike, except that it was a pretty high model at the time. I want it as a project bike, so I can strip it down, sandblast it and repaint it, put in some new components, etc. But I don't want to spend more than like $100-$150 on this bike. Does this seem fair? I want to have some kind of ballpark price to go with here. If he wants more than that, I am going to have to turn him down, and this thing will probably sit in his garage for 13 more years, until it rots.
Oh, and I am asking because he keeps forgetting to research the price, and I am tired of waiting on him...
It looks kinda like this one below, but this is a 9500, with the Carbon swingarm. The 9200 is a black/purple frame with an aluminum swingarm.
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