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z force base

Postby captainwatts » 08 Apr 2008 16:18

Not sure yet if i will be selling or not but just wondered how much i could expect to get for my z force base.its a 100% complete including gaucho and jammer,plus it comes with the box,however box is very tatty.
havent seen one on ebay recently so have no idea how much it would go for.
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Re: z force base

Postby BLACKMAJOR666 » 08 Apr 2008 19:16

Nice advert.. lol
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Re: z force base

Postby joss789 » 08 Apr 2008 22:43

A couple weeks ago, someone on Yojoe Forum was looking for that. He wanted to pay 250$ for the base. The figures worth between 50-100$ each if they are in very good condition. If you want to sell Gaucho figure only, let me know. I'm looking for this figure for a while.
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Re: z force base

Postby paulitoy » 08 Apr 2008 22:56

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You shouldn't have any difficulty selling it!

I'd sell it separately in 3 parts - the 2 figures individually and the base and box togther.

If you want the hassle and are ruthless, break it all up and sell it piece by piece!

I'll take the one prison wall section that I'm needing please!

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Pricewise, I'd say on a good ebay day you could sell as buy-it-now:

Gaucho £40
Jammer £30
Base & Box £100

Prices are always subjective and I'm sure others on here will disagree....

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Re: z force base

Postby The Baron » 09 Apr 2008 03:01

Actually, no offence to Paul, I would sell the box separately as well. Yes, advertise on Yojoe as the those two figs are highly sought by the Yanks.
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Re: z force base

Postby Lady Jaye » 09 Apr 2008 09:13

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Jammer
Lot: base & box

I would not sell the base piece by piece. You are bound to be left with loose items nobody wants. Selling box seperately makes not sense as it is tatty anyway.

Total revenues: 200 quid max.
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Re: z force base

Postby captainwatts » 11 Apr 2008 06:20

Thanks all for your valuations and advice,quit suprised how much Jammer and Gaucho are worth.I hope not to have to sell because along with my Spectrum 128k this was one of my favourite christmas presents ever.
All depends how tight things get when moving house later in the year,thats if we manage to sell ours in this present climate.
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Re: z force base

Postby dreadtech » 04 May 2008 04:35

A few have been sold on e bay, but very few sold complete. i have seen them go for as much as £260 and as little as £80, depending on condition.
A complete Base with both figures and box i would put on as a buy now only. decide how much you wont for it and just sell it for that. I would recommend £350 ( but that is advise only take it or leave it) . Make sure you put a reasonable prize for post and packing and don't go over the top with it. If you list the item for 7 day and it does not sell ( i would be shocked if it did not) then you could always put it on auction. If you do list it for auction then as some others have said sell the figures separate.
Personally i would hold on to it, and only sell if you had to.
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Re: z force base

Postby paul463 » 04 May 2008 17:21

If the guy who paid a small fortune for the Z Force ATC's is about I don't think you'll have very much to worry about!!

I almost had an ATC last night was away from home using my mobile to bid.. it just didn't work fast enough!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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