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Thread: Need A Value For This Fairly Clean M-725

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    I'll simply close all three threads.

    If they are deleted, everyone's time is wasted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doghead View Post
    $4000- 10000.

    Now, that's my opinion.

    When you get 30 other opinions that vary from scrap value to $25000, how you gonna know what to think?

    This is totally subjective.
    Thank you! I have been reading as much as I can and one SS member posted back in 2008 that "in very good condition they go between $3k and 5K" so I assume that is still in the ballpark. I will probably go with $2500 unless that would be unfair to him.
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    If it's unfair, they will decline your offer.

    So the one value you were really after was what to offer to purchase it.

    That was not to hard.
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