The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
The Good: Gary Fisher Sugar 3
Very custom - front triangle is from a Sugar 3, but the rear section is carbon from the Sugar 1, upgraded 120mm travel Fox Fork, Bontrager Race disc tubeless wheels, Vredestein Tiger Claw tires (new), BB7 disc brakes (new) with 203mm front rotor, Cane Creek brake levers, Deore shifters, XT deraillers, LX Cranks and Octolink BB, Easton EA 70 stem and bar, Syncros headset (new), LP Composites seatpost.
It's a 17.5 frame, meant for a 5-8 to 5-10 rider. But, because of the very long top tube, it can fit a 6 foot rider like myself with the longish stem I have on there.
Very lightly used, and that's why I'm selling it; I'm going hardtail instead.
The Bad (ass) : Mosh Bagley 3 star
Dirt jumper; Mosh 14mm sealed hubs, Alex MX22 rims, Kenda tires, generic 3 piece chrome cranks, sealed BB bearings, Odyssey Modulever lever, Odyssey Evolver rear brake, Odyssey London Mod cable setup, Wellgo pedals.
May as well be brand new for as much as I rode it - no scratches, no nothing. Probably $650 replacement value - yours for $300.
The Ugly : Nishiki (?) MTB
Says Nishiki on the dropout, but who knows what it is. Converted to SS, pay no mind to the suspension fork on it, it doesn't do anything other than hold the wheel in place, genuine Rocky Mountain Bikes Hnadlebar, anodized purple bar ends, Onza ChillPill cable anchor.
It doesn't look like much, butI would ride this if it was bigger; it rolls pretty nicely. $50, or $20 and a case of Stella and it's yours.