View Poll Results: How much do you sell your sim for? (Realisticly)
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Whatever I'm offered.
$1,000 to $9,999
$10,000 to $25,000
You can't afford it.
Thread: Selling Your Sim
01-07-2009, 05:59 AM #1
Selling Your Sim
Ok, here's a tough question for you.
Lets say for whatever reason you are going to sell your sim as a full package deal. No parting it out.
How much do you ask for it?
What's it worth to you?God's in command, I'm just the Pilot.
01-07-2009, 06:53 AM #2
Mine will probably never be worth over $9,999. It is to me, but no one would ever give that much for it.Boeing Skunk Works
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01-07-2009, 10:31 AM #3
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- Dec 2005
Totally depends on the state of completion/sophistication/visuals...I do not think that we can come up with representative figure as it can go from a few hundred for a flyable but basic setting to tens of thousands for a full trainer, with no upper limit.
Plus the fact that, as Mike pointed it, if someone is ready to dish out 10-30+K he(she?) will probably favor a Turnkey vendor.
My 2 million cents!!Jackpilot
01-07-2009, 10:53 AM #4
There's almost always a price tag for these things, but sometimes like others said, it's worth much more to the owner than it is as parts, or a culmination of parts/assembly. I chose a high amount because I couldnt imagine getting rid of it anytime soon. I've been very blessed to get a lot of stuff for the sim at great prices, but it's worth a ton to me.Eric Tomlin-
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01-07-2009, 01:09 PM #5
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- Nov 2005
- Colorado Springs, CO USA
For me it would be getting the inital cost of items out of it. I don't think that will happen. Everyone wants a deal. It's kind of like building a custom car, rather let it rust than sell.Rodney -
Real 727-200 pit
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