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Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 5:35 pm
by inzaman
Hi Spoons thanks £30 is an excellent price, it was actually your picture of the Tie fighter that got me into liking the die-cast vehicles. I really like the tie fighter and the card its on, i am trying to hunt one down at the moment :)

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 6:18 pm
by jedi_masters
the tie bomber is a bitch to pick up, they are very rare and only come up on ebay prob once every 6 months, if that. and if your looking for a moc one, ull be lucky to find one.

the last one i saw my mate feelgoodytoday was selling, last year i think. it was afa graded to prove it was the real deal and i think it sold for over £200. its one of those holy grail pieces!!!!!!

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:01 pm
by captaincaveman
Can someone have a look over my vintage die-cast and tell me what sort of prices they should go for please

this page and page 3. thanks

http://good-times.webshots.com/album/55 ... E?start=12

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 11:02 pm
by spoons
Nice die cast set captain, they all look pretty mint :shock:

I'd disagree with Jedi masters I watch the die cast market quite closely and I see loose TIE bombers go every month or so, mostly in America though.

The following prices are a bit broad but I find the diecast market more random than any other SW category :? . I'd say they are worth:

Y-Wing £15-£25 ( i'll give you £15 for it :wink: )

DV TIE £15 -£25 (the price for these always seems a bit random - i sold a broken one for £10 :shock: )

Slave 1 £3 - £7

TIE fighter £3-£20 (they are crazily random so I'd set a reserve on that one)

Land Speeder £8 - £15

X-Wing - not really sure but probably £15

Cloud Car £3-£7

Snowspeeder £5-£10 (maybe a bit more)

Falcon £10-£20

Star Destroyer £15-£20

Posted: Mon Oct 23, 2006 9:54 am
by inzaman
With those prices its actually quite reasonable to get a loose opened set then.