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    Millermatic Pricing ?

    Hey guys looking for a little help pricing my little millermatic 120. I have had it for years, but kept it inside at all times. I think that it is only on it's second spool. I got my current job shortly after getting it and have never had to use it much. It is a 208v machine rated at 150 amps. Also it has a bottle rack and a reg. I also have two Tweeco guns that would go with it.
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    Thanks guys any help will be apprieciated.
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    Re: Millermatic Pricing ?

    Am I crazy asking $700?
    It is a very nice machine, I just need to upgrade to a TIG for the home workshop.
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    Re: Millermatic Pricing ?

    That seems like a reasonable starting point. A new MM180 can be found for $740 - ref. welderplus.com. Try starting at that price, it's a good unit and its blue!
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    Re: Millermatic Pricing ?

    Jonnie, this guy is looking for a 175A machine :

    http://www.weldingweb.com/vbb/showthread...9110#post79110
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    Re: Millermatic Pricing ?

    No offense intended here, but I think you may be a little high @ $700.00 This machine was built for a very short time, then upgraded to the MM150, then MM185, now the MM210. If memory serves me correctly this unit sold for about $800.00 to $850.00 when new. There was/is nothing wrong with this unit, it just had a hard time doing 1/4". With your extra guns, and if you have the cylinder as well, $700.00 may not be too far off, but if a guy compares a new MM180 or Lincoln Powermig 180 to your machine, he'd probably take the new one with the 3 year warranty. When I quote customers trade in prices for their existing machine, I always try to have enough difference in the used machine they are looking at compared to a comparable new model, as their has to be a big enough difference to buy used versus new, or the guy will take new every time. You can always start high and come down if needed. When I have a customer interested in trading a unit in, I always tell them up front that they can probably get more for their unit outright than I can allow them trade, this is evident in every auction I attend that has an older Miller MM200 or MM250 that brings almost new money, crazy! If you put this in your local classifieds your phone will ring off the hook!

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    Re: Millermatic Pricing ?

    Micro thanks for the link I will ask him...ss42768, Thanks much for the info I may dropp the price a little like you say . I realy want to upgrade to a Dynasty 200dx . I realy doubt I will out grow it.
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