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Vehicle Valuations Please ....

Postby castlegrayskull » Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:31 pm

Cleared out a load of stuff from my loft recently .. got a bunch of stuff I'm ready to part with. Need some price suggestions please?

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Re: Vehicle Valuations Please ....

Postby castlegrayskull » Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:20 pm

Just a little bump .. want to make sure prices I've been offered are fair.

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Postby lejackal » Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:24 pm

How much have you been offered?

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Postby theforceuk » Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:24 pm

How much have you been offered?
'But I was going to Tosche Station to pick up some power converters.'

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Postby castlegrayskull » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:54 am

I could be wrong .. but I had guessed some of these were worth more ?

Hello,

I'm interested in the:

SPEEDER BIKE
BOXED ENDOR FOREST RANGER
BOXED ISP 6
BOXED INT 4
BOXED CAP 2
BOXED AST 5
BOXED SLAVE 1
BOXED X WING
BOXED SCOUT WALKER

I'd offer £150 for the above items plus postage.

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Postby lejackal » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:59 am

castlegrayskull wrote:I could be wrong .. but I had guessed some of these were worth more ?

Hello,

I'm interested in the:

SPEEDER BIKE
BOXED ENDOR FOREST RANGER
BOXED ISP 6
BOXED INT 4
BOXED CAP 2
BOXED AST 5
BOXED SLAVE 1
BOXED X WING
BOXED SCOUT WALKER

I'd offer £150 for the above items plus postage.

Please name and shame them, that is ridiculous

SPEEDER BIKE £10
BOXED ENDOR FOREST RANGER £25
BOXED ISP 6 £20
BOXED INT 4 £15
BOXED CAP 2 £15
BOXED AST 5 £15
BOXED SLAVE 1 - £70
BOXED X WING - £140
BOXED SCOUT WALKER - £50

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Re: Vehicle Valuations Please ....

Postby Droopy » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:04 am

castlegrayskull wrote:I could be wrong .. but I had guessed some of these were worth more ?

Hello,

I'm interested in the:

SPEEDER BIKE
BOXED ENDOR FOREST RANGER
BOXED ISP 6
BOXED INT 4
BOXED CAP 2
BOXED AST 5
BOXED SLAVE 1
BOXED X WING
BOXED SCOUT WALKER

I'd offer £150 for the above items plus postage.

That is extreme low balling and disappointing from a forum member! We all like to get a good deal but that it taking the piss! :twisted:

I'll give you £160, plus postage! :lol:

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Postby SublevelStudios » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:38 am

No need to, that was me who offered that.

I don't value those items quite that high and I see it as somewhere between £250-300 for the items I listed, so there's perhaps £100-150 in it for me if I sell them all. Bare in mind I'm buying this stuff to re-sell at events like FF, Echo Live and toy fairs. Sure, sell them separately and make a bit more, there's no rule to say he has to sell to me if my offer is not good enough.

I've lost count how many times I've been offered way below what I want for an item in the sales thread here, on when selling on FB, if I'm not prepared to sell for that then the answer is a simple no, and move on.

If we're now operating a 'name and shame' system when someone is not prepared to offer full market value here then I'm done on the forum.

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Postby poncho » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:06 pm

SublevelStudios wrote:No need to, that was me who offered that.

I don't value those items quite that high and I see it as somewhere between £250-300 for the items I listed, so there's perhaps £100-150 in it for me if I sell them all. Bare in mind I'm buying this stuff to re-sell at events like FF, Echo Live and toy fairs. Sure, sell them separately and make a bit more, there's no rule to say he has to sell to me if my offer is not good enough.

I've lost count how many times I've been offered way below what I want for an item in the sales thread here, on when selling on FB, if I'm not prepared to sell for that then the answer is a simple no, and move on.

If we're now operating a 'name and shame' system when someone is not prepared to offer full market value here then I'm done on the forum.

you offered a dealer lot price no big deal imo

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Postby lejackal » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:11 pm

Mark,

We've always got on and I know you've started a little enterprise and I support that, I also understand that there has to be a margin for you to make it viable but I always thought if someone came on here asking for advice that it was fair to tell them the actual value.

I know we all at times have bought an item we know we can make a bit off of for various reasons.

To be honest mate maybe I'm just being naive and idealistic as to what this section is for. Maybe even stupid.

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Re: Vehicle Valuations Please ....

Postby Droopy » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:14 pm

SublevelStudios wrote:No need to, that was me who offered that.

I don't value those items quite that high and I see it as somewhere between £250-300 for the items I listed, so there's perhaps £100-150 in it for me if I sell them all. Bare in mind I'm buying this stuff to re-sell at events like FF, Echo Live and toy fairs. Sure, sell them separately and make a bit more, there's no rule to say he has to sell to me if my offer is not good enough.

I've lost count how many times I've been offered way below what I want for an item in the sales thread here, on when selling on FB, if I'm not prepared to sell for that then the answer is a simple no, and move on.

If we're now operating a 'name and shame' system when someone is not prepared to offer full market value here then I'm done on the forum.

Yeah fair enough on reflection, I think some of us look at these things only through the eyes of a collector (myself included) but forget that some of the forum members are dealers as well and so need a margin for it to be worth the hassle.

From my perspective I would have felt like I was stealing it at that price. No offence meant!

P.s my offer of £160 still stands!! :lol:

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Re: Vehicle Valuations Please ....

Postby SublevelStudios » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:25 pm

lejackal wrote:Mark,

We've always got on and I know you've started a little enterprise and I support that, I also understand that there has to be a margin for you to make it viable but I always thought if someone came on here asking for advice that it was fair to tell them the actual value.

I know we all at times have bought an item we know we can make a bit off of for various reasons.

To be honest mate maybe I'm just being naive and idealistic as to what this section is for. Maybe even stupid.


We have Carl, and I in no way intend to jeapordise that.

You're dead right, this is the place to come to to find out a value for an item and I've always been happy to help wherever possible.

Many times I've bought from members who have posted their items here on this thread for a price we're both happy with. I don't feel as though I've done anything wrong here though. I've offered a price and if they're not happy with that then they can say no. No hard feelings.

As I said, I see the items I wanted at about £300 MAX - if anyone else see's more value in them then fine, offer away. By the time I've paid postage we're close to £200 so am I really that bad for wanting to make £100 on top?

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Postby lejackal » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:45 pm

SublevelStudios wrote:
lejackal wrote:Mark,

We've always got on and I know you've started a little enterprise and I support that, I also understand that there has to be a margin for you to make it viable but I always thought if someone came on here asking for advice that it was fair to tell them the actual value.

I know we all at times have bought an item we know we can make a bit off of for various reasons.

To be honest mate maybe I'm just being naive and idealistic as to what this section is for. Maybe even stupid.


We have Carl, and I in no way intend to jeapordise that.

You're dead right, this is the place to come to to find out a value for an item and I've always been happy to help wherever possible.

Many times I've bought from members who have posted their items here on this thread for a price we're both happy with. I don't feel as though I've done anything wrong here though. I've offered a price and if they're not happy with that then they can say no. No hard feelings.

As I said, I see the items I wanted at about £300 MAX - if anyone else see's more value in them then fine, offer away. By the time I've paid postage we're close to £200 so am I really that bad for wanting to make £100 on top?

In that context it looks completely different, to be honest it's just me I think....time for a break

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Re: Vehicle Valuations Please ....

Postby castlegrayskull » Tue Mar 07, 2017 3:40 pm

Well i didn't name and shame on purpose (I'm not that kind of guy) - was just trying to get a second opinion - if you chose to out yourself there's nothing I can do about that.

Thanks for all the responses .. at least I have some idea what my stuff is worth.

What's the going price for the falcon ?


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