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What year is the bike? Compare the original retail price to what the seller is asking. What is "good" condition mean. It is a relative term and the seller may have no idea how to care for the bike...and therefore it is in "good" condition.
How dirty and worn is the bike? If it looks brand could offer maybe 30% off of original retail if it is a newer bike. Take a look at new bikes that have the same components and see what they are going for. There are times when you can spend $200 more and get a brand new bike.

Hope that this helps,
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