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Old 12-13-2015, 01:36 PM
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Hey guys,

I have like 12 XX4 Worlds Edition Losi buggys brand new in the box, any idea what the value of these kits are?

Also have some XXX4 and others new in the box..

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Originally Posted by Maxthepersonz View Post
Hey guys,

I have like 12 XX4 Worlds Edition Losi buggys brand new in the box, any idea what the value of these kits are?

Also have some XXX4 and others new in the box..
1) this isn't the sales forum, follow the rules.

2) I wanna see a legit picture of 12 NIB XX4 WE buggies....
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
1) this isn't the sales forum, follow the rules.

2) I wanna see a legit picture of 12 NIB XX4 WE buggies....
I agree lets see a pic of this!
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Old 12-20-2015, 12:15 AM
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Yep..wanna see pics. Side note i had one of these years ago. They were pretty cool cars
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
1) this isn't the sales forum, follow the rules.

2) I wanna see a legit picture of 12 NIB XX4 WE buggies....
Yup, pics or it really doesn't exist!
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Old 12-20-2015, 08:29 AM
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There is a single golden rule for this.

They are worth exactly what someone is willing to pay.
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Old 12-20-2015, 09:58 AM
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Yes but they have to be real first
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Depends on how quick you want to sell them, I don't see a lot of value in the XX4-WE anymore like it has had in the past and with the price of a 22-4 being $319.00 and it being a major updated version of a XX4 I'd be surprised if you can get an average of $200.00 per kit in today's market, I don't see many people wanting to buy it to take to the track and race as your going to have to search eBay and other sites to find replacement parts for them, your looking for older guys in the hobby that have had this buggy in the past and wouldn't mind having a another one for display or memories. Maybe 5+ years ago the kits could probably go for $300-$350 but those days are long gone in my opinion. Now if you held on to them for another 5-10years then maybe the price could go back up to the $350-$400 range. As much as I loved my XX-4 and would love to have another one for a collection piece there just isn't parts available like there was 10years ago and the car isn't as collectible now in my opinion.
I couldn't justify spending more than $200 on a kit that I would hardly drive and would have to search for replacement parts on eBay etc.
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If these do exist. In my opinion they are only good as shelf cars. Chassis tech has come a long ways since they were designed
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Vintage racing is slowly taking hold as more and more like the nostalgia. Plus, they would be competitive in vintage as I read they are the popular car in 4wd vintage. Still, a picture or ebay listing would do wonders for the OP question.
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There might be some value to the vintage racing community if they truly exist. The XX4 was added to the list of legal chassis at the Vonats in 2014. That said, you're going to be hard pressed to get big $ out of a kit that has been superseded by the 22-4. There's some value for the vintage folks, but for something that is going to be raced once a year you're really competing against built rollers and parts cars for sale on eBay and RCTech. NiB is nice, but don't expect much of a premium.
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Put one of them for $300 and see if you get any nibbles if any.

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Not sure if this helps but I'm gonna add. I know of a house in belvidere Illinois that has a whole bunch of unopened kits, parts, wheels and tires and bodies that are in a basement workshop that are all team losi stuff that was personally given to him by pops losi and Gil losi
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Originally Posted by vr6 View Post
Not sure if this helps but I'm gonna add. I know of a house in belvidere Illinois that has a whole bunch of unopened kits, parts, wheels and tires and bodies that are in a basement workshop that are all team losi stuff that was personally given to him by pops losi and Gil losi
My cousins uncles three toed sisters friends brothers buddies mom says aliens are real too...got pics? NO, then stop talking.
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Originally Posted by racesanything View Post
If these do exist. In my opinion they are only good as shelf cars. Chassis tech has come a long ways since they were designed
The XX-4 is very capable of at any level of racing today.

Chassis tech has arguably gone backwards, from complex molded composites to slab alloy and carbon fiber sheet. It's suspension geometry and spindle design has been copied by many makes, and are still current.
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