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Amateur radio prices and completely arbitrary IMO... everyone seems to think they have good with old radios having very little depreciation, which IMO seems silly. Too bad cars were not like this.
On May 14, 2018, at 11:42 AM, Chris Quirk via Groups.Io <w6cjq@...
looks like $250 to $300 max just went through some auction site. Not to bad for an old radio
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As I said, it was to a friend so I made concessions based on getting that much life out of a radio I bought years ago. I literally had not taken it out of its box in 5 years as I have a D710. I decided a while ago that a radio in a box did no one any good and I would rather a newer ham get to use it.
As I suggested, check QRZ and QTH.COM
to get real numbers on what they have sold for recently.
On May 14, 2018, at 11:15 AM, Larry J. Ford <lford@...
If the "going rate" is only $100.00, I'd just keep it as a back-up!
Larry J. Ford
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"Tom Schaefer NY4I" <thomasmschaefer@...
Re: [TMD700A] Value of TM D700A
I believe I sold mine to a friend for $100 a few years ago. It served me well and was 16 years old or so at the time so I got more than my money’s worth out of it.
But take a look at QRZ and QTH.com
to see what recent ones has fetched.
On May 14, 2018, at 11:08 AM, Larry J. Ford <lford@...
Anyone know what the "going rate" would be for a fully-functioning Kenwood TM-D700A rig?
I have one, working fine, but would like to "upgrade" to the TM-D710X series, and would like to sell this one first.
Complete with OEM mic, accessories, and manuals.
Larry J. Ford