ASK THE BMXPerts: ONE IN FOUR AINT BAD
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I have a ‘98 haro Cozmo, all orig, except the sprocket was swapped with a odyssey 36t from this next bike. The next is a ‘98 Kona Kuku, it’s not orig at all except the frame, but it has the sprocket from the Cozmo and I can’t remember why. The next is a ‘98 Haro Revo, and it’s basically non rideable, but has orig parts. An the last is a ‘84 (I’m pretty sure on year) Haro Master and not rideable. Cozmo is all chrome, Kuku is green, Revo is yellow and Master is chrome. Are these really rare like people say they are? If so, rate each one is terms of rarity please!!!! Thank you lots!!

The 84 Master is worth a good amount if its in good condition. If its not, then it is still a solid 8 on the collectors scale of 1-10 and plenty of people are willing to restore a frame like that. The other gems in your collection rate a solid 0, or possibly .5 to the right person. The Revo, Cozmo and Kuku aren’t old enough or rare enough to be novel collectors items and likely wont be due to the sheer number of them manufactured. Sorry to burst your bubble, but one for four aint bad.


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