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Old 04-30-2012, 08:59 PM   #1
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Old 04-30-2012, 09:30 PM   #2
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delta p2 car same as the p4 but without the 4wd set up not sure what year
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I acquired an estate, trying to find out the value. need to sell all
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#2 is a Serpent Excel I drove both Delta and Serpent before moving to BMT. My first one was an RC 500 Paris tough car and fast with a Paris Rex. As far as value well it depends on the collector and the value to them. I'm sure there's info just do a google search.
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some pics of stuff I have to go through.
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:03 AM   #6
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parts box for the delta
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One of the older cars
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Depending on the condition, wear, and how clean you get it, the P2 could be worth anywhere from 500 to 1600, with an average of about nine based on what I've seen them go for on Ebay. P2 parts, on the other hand, don't seem to fetch as much...I bought nearly an entire P2 in parts for about 100 bucks awhile back in good condition, I can't explain the wide price gap between parts and whole cars (because there are guys out there who need parts to complete cars you'd think they'd be worth more) but your best bet is probably to list the stuff on Ebay and see where it winds up. Put a reserve on it if you have a set amount in mind. The other cars I don't see being worth very much, but there may be a collector who wants to augment his collection. The last pan car looks like an analgamation of associated and a scrapped out Eagle (servo tray, other various parts) and I doubt it'd sell for much more than 150 (tho I've been wrong before so don't take my word as gospel.) I'm a former team driver for Delta so I have a decent grasp on that stuff, not so much on some of the others, but I try to pay attention on what goes for what. You definitely want to clean them up as good as possible, run the engines if you can, and get really good, detailed, close up pics so ppl will have a good idea of what they may want to buy. Hope this helps.....
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Youv'e also got a nice electric car or two and a pile of stuff.
This needs to be moved to the for sale section however as value discussions are over there. In this forum we just say how cool and rare they are.
And frankly value is so relative to the moment and the situation that we tell you will have little bearing on whatever deal you finally make.
Piece by piece online is a huge effort, one giant lot to someone in your area who can do it personally it is a dream. However you would probably make tons more the first way. It's up to you to decide.
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Youv'e also got a nice electric car or two and a pile of stuff.
This needs to be moved to the for sale section however as value discussions are over there. In this forum we just say how cool and rare they are.
And frankly value is so relative to the moment and the situation that we tell you will have little bearing on whatever deal you finally make.
Piece by piece online is a huge effort, one giant lot to someone in your area who can do it personally it is a dream. However you would probably make tons more the first way. It's up to you to decide.
Not bad points, but I wouldn't know how much it's all worth as a whole. My guess is some ppl who see these will make private offers and if acceptable to the owner, that's how they'll go (wouldn't mind having the parts myself for the Delta, lol.) Probably the funny part about it all is I've seen stuff I thought wasn't worth diddly go for huge amounts...and stuff I thought would fetch top dollar go for pennies. Sometimes there is just no telling what a person will pay for a thing. For example, I sold one of my P4's awhile back for 3000, but I've seen P4's go as low as 1200 bucks. There isn't much less predictable than the value of toys!
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Just trying to get a grasp on the model and value. I have had interest in buying but no offers yet. at some point, When I have a value in mind, I will post in the " for sale " section.

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some more cars please help identify
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some more cars please help identify
From a distance, looks like a few associated rc12's, some tamaiya pocket rockets, a bolink, and can't tell what else, need more and better pics to tell. One of the 12th scales looks like a delta but from a distance it's hard to tell (the red wheeled car.)
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