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P4p3Rc1iP 09-05-2006 10:00 PM

Price check on a bunch of stuff
 
I want to sell some of the stuff I got in the box 'o Cocker I got a while ago, but I have no idea what to ask.

So, can anyone give me a price check on these things?

1.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/93.jpg
Fully working 1993 mini Cocker. Has some small scratches/demage to the body.

2.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/93bits.jpg
The above's sister. A 1993 mini Cocker. Some minor demage to the body. Needs a new bolt pin, cocking rod, 3-way, lpr, and ASA. (Comes with same 6" barrel and trigger frame as above which I forgot to photograph).

3.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/92.jpg
1992 cocker. Has some small demage/scratchs to the body. Needs front block (or pump kit), pneumatics, trigger screws and bolt pin.

4.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/evo.jpg
Unknown year Mini Evolution. Wire type detend. Body either has no anno or some (bad shape) dusted silver (Should be re-annoed imo). Needs 3-way, bolt pin, trigger screws, IVG, hammer, main spring and possibly some more.

5.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/fonda.jpg
Rare!! Fonda Magic Cocker. Unknown date. Needs LPR and 3-way. Note that most fittings are metric sized. Most normal Cocker parts wont fit without some modification.

6.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/fondabits.jpg
Another rare Fonda Magic Cocker. Same as above but in somewhat lesser shape. Needs all new pneumatics, one trigger screw, IVG, and possibly some more. Bolt is slightly mishshaped at the back end but works fine.

7.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/barrels.jpg
Bunch of 12" Cocker threaded barrels All are in great shape (Though the last one should get some pollishing).
From top to bottom:
1: Unknown black/red/silver splash barrel
2: Unknown green/black barrel
3: Lapco Autospirit
4: Unknow black barrel
5: Unknown brass barrel

8.
http://home.planet.nl/~viss2888/autonelson.jpg
Chameleon Autonelson kit. Fits Maverick/Traccer/etc.
Missing a screw and trigger plate.


So, what should I ask for these?

Thanks.

Deus Machina 09-06-2006 07:05 PM

No price help, but a little on the barrels.

1 and 2 look like old SP All-Americans.
4 is an SP Venturi.
I *think* 5 may be a Palmer's, but I'm not familiar with PPS barrels.

El Gringo 09-06-2006 07:19 PM

I think the last barrel is a J&J Brass barrel - Bought one from TagRoland for $25 0r $30 a few weeks ago

P4p3Rc1iP 09-06-2006 07:44 PM

But arent AA's 2 piece? (These ones look 2 piece but are actually just 1)

goldfish 09-06-2006 07:55 PM

ill take that first cocker?

RainDog 09-06-2006 08:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by P4p3Rc1iP (Post 28100)
But arent AA's 2 piece? (These ones look 2 piece but are actually just 1)

The new AA's are two piece. Those are old school AA's, which are one piece. I have owned a few in my day. Damn good barrels IMO.

P4p3Rc1iP 09-06-2006 08:04 PM

Ah I see. Thanks :)

Goldfish, how much do you think it's worth?
I've had some interest in it from a guy, but 2 days ago he bought an A5 so I'm nost sure if he still want is. Either way; I want to know waht all this stuff is worth! :)

P4p3Rc1iP 09-07-2006 06:28 PM

Anyone?

frflow 09-07-2006 09:53 PM

the first cockers $100.00 give or take
second parts cocker 50-70
third cocker body and grip 40-60
the evo, i would say 100-150 (also that gray color was factory)

the Fonda Magic Cockers i dont know, they are rare but you would have to find a serious cocker collector to get a good amount for them, but just as cocker i would say 100 or so

the barrels are worth about 20-30 each

and for the Chameleon kit i would say 30-60 to the right person.

i might be intrested in the evo

Ian

P4p3Rc1iP 09-08-2006 09:54 AM

Excelent! That's just what I wanted to know! :)


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