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|07-06-2011, 09:02 PM||#11 (permalink)|
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Join Date: May 2009
Wow.... Just wow...
|07-07-2011, 01:51 AM||#12 (permalink)|
Serving Tea for CCM
Here's some rough numbers.
Some are based off of what I've seen them go for. At some prices, markers have just sat there for some time. Value is overly subjective on what the cool new thing is and what other people deem valuable.
IMO, everything is worth more, but when selling, it's a different story.
Nice collection BTW
Typhoons have been sitting and the prices are pretty low now. However, you do have some major options on it.
Pump J2 - $360 ish
The J2 is something some CCM snobs love to own. Drilled on the one side kinda hurts the value, but this deters some and makes others want to own it.
Super Stocker $250-300
It's a SS, simple enough.
There's a few KPs on the boards and well, they've been sitting, some of them longer than others.
Mech Series 5 - $275-375
Some people love a mech CCM. Others go Meh...
Houndstooth - ???
Can't help you there.
Phantom - $270-345
It should be worth more because you have the tstock, the palmers reg, and the UC kit. However, the phantom's value has dropped a lot
Eblade J2 - $375??
This is rough appraisal. Once again a niche market for CCM markers, especially one that has an eblade.
|07-07-2011, 07:21 PM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Are those prices reasonable expectations of what I should be able to get or where you think I should set the reserve/starting bids at?
|07-07-2011, 07:36 PM||#14 (permalink)|
Fantasy Hockey Chump
Are you planning on selling these on e-bay or here on MCB? Because we don't have an auction option here on MCB.
I'm not sure about some of those markers, but I think you could look for about 300-350 for the houndstooth.
Also I think the KP is worth at least 400 if not 450. As you mentioned it has the spring feed. The co2 changer looks to be the quick changer not the extended knob. But your feedtube knob is the extended PPS model. Clean gun.
I'd say a lot depends on how fast you want to move these. If you want quick cash, you price them at the low end of the estimates. If you want to get every penny and don't care about waiting, start higher....you can always lower your prices if you sit on them for awhile.
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|07-08-2011, 12:20 AM||#16 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
If anyone here is interested that's as easy as it gets. First thing to do is to air them up. They were perfect when last used, but they have been sitting awhile. They will function and hold air before any are listed for sale.
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