Hi, My next door neighbour is a retired gentleman and he mentioned a frame he had in his garage for a while. He said it's his eldest son's, and that his son basically bent his MTB "a few years back", got a replacement frame from the manufacturer, and it's sat in his garage ever since. He asked me if it's worth "doing something with". It's a Gary Fisher HKEK (or Hoo Koo e Koo), from what I can make out so far I think it's a 2005 from the frame colour, it's made from Platinum Series ZR9000 aluminum, and strangely it's fitted with a bottom bracket and Shimano Deore cranks already, plus the Deore front derailleur fitting. So maybe the story isn't right, unless it was easier to supply the frame at this stage of assembly. It all looks very good, some minor marks where a decade of garage life has had the odd nibble, but it's sound, it's nice and light, and to me it's ripe for a rebuild for someone. So is this worth him selling on, or is there no demand for these now? If it's worth selling, what would you reckon the asking price would be? I'd guessed at maybe £100 or so. Thanks MTB dudes!