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    Selling a mig?

    What would be a fair price for a Thermal Arc 211 Fabricator?

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    Re: Selling a mig?

    I am guessing maybe $6-700?? You probably paid about $900 for that unit new, so take a bit off for depreciation. But I wouldn't go any lower since any replacement you can buy for that unit is at least $1500.
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    Re: Selling a mig?

    When I buy or sell, I start at 1/2 price and then go up or down depending on age and condition.
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    Re: Selling a mig?

    I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaDave View Post
    When I buy or sell, I start at 1/2 price and then go up or down depending on age and condition.

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    Re: Selling a mig?

    When I sell something I only consider two variables. How much does a new one cost and what is the condition of what I am selling. It is not unheard of to sell things for a higher price than one paid for the item new.
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    Re: Selling a mig?

    Welding machines have went up 1/3 in price in the last 8 years so go off the price of the machine sold present in stores not what you paid for it. I paid 2350$ for my pt225 and now there 3350$, I bought it in 2013 I believe

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    Re: Selling a mig?

    I think it might be a good time to sell. I'm thinking of selling my Maxstar, and my big OA outfit, I just don't use them any more. Maybe the Thunderbolt too.
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    Re: Selling a mig?

    Quote Originally Posted by bigb View Post
    I think it might be a good time to sell. I'm thinking of selling my Maxstar, and my big OA outfit, I just don't use them any more. Maybe the Thunderbolt too.
    I just sold a real beater AC Thunderbolt for $50 and a Maxstar 150slt for Cdn $850.

    O/A set up I will keep to the end and take it to the old folks home disguised as oxygen breathing apparatus. Yes, I have thought this out.


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