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  • jfrogg1818 May 29, 2011

    It is a haro monocoque 1997 ser# 020 raced for three year its in exlennt con allumm polished

  • jfrogg1818 May 29, 2011

    I ve look every whear and I know the serail number of my bike the factroy riders didn't even have this frame at the time they wear coming out ser# is 020

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Hello jfrogg!

Before a used frame would costs only $350.

Today, at Ebay, a used frame would costs around $410.
see it from the link below:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160577351370+&clk_rvr_id=235929923656

a used Haro 1997 monocoque BMX would cost $1,200, almost the same with other serial numbers
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/HARO-1997-MONOCOQUE-BMX-EXCELLENT-CONDITION-/220747535227?pt=AU_Sport_Cycling_Bikes&hash=item336594137b

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If you give me the make and model as well as condition and usage. I would be glad to try and get you the value of your bike.
Thank you,
Lee

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    Lee A. May 29, 2011

    easily worth 700$. I would have to see a picture of the bike. I believe they were like 900$ new. Going to the right person and depending on how mint and original the bike is it could be more.
    I had an old old haro back in the day. Awesome bikes! I would keep it but if you sell it good luck. Try the old school bmx forums or ebay. If you have any other questions let me know.
    Thank you,
    Lee

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    Lee A. May 29, 2011

    I'm not sure what your looking for? I gave you a pretty thorough explanation of the bikes worth. There are a lot of factors when selling a bike. Like i said at least 700$ for it complete and it could easily go up to a 1000$ or more.
    Thank you,
    Lee

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