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    question on value: NOS swb euro rear turn signal

    @all

    I could get hands on a set of

    NOS swb rear turn signals,
    mint,
    in original box,
    left & right

    stored away in 1990,
    came to light again today.

    How is the current marketvalue for a set?
    I am supposed to hand in an offer.


    thank you in advance

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Set-of-NOS-...EAAOSwjy1fNKT6

    ,but to me that's the price for the guy that has to have an original set. I kept my targa as a USA version, so I didn't have to buy them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Set-of-NOS-...EAAOSwjy1fNKT6

    ,but to me that's the price for the guy that has to have an original set. I kept my targa as a USA version, so I didn't have to buy them...
    omg...mouth wide open in disbelief...
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    last price I've heard of a pair that sold was 2k€ / pair

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    The auction price isn't bad - and totally credible. They're for sale by an old pal of ours.

    You know how it goes in the collectible world: huge money for a mint, uncirculated coin and and plummets from there. Not sure how that works with items that are functional, like taillights. I suppose they will always have the collectible value if you never take them out of the box. But actually install them!!! Them are used boy.

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    I would say 2500 to 4000 per pair, They sell for more than usa version
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    @all
    Thank you for your estimations, really appreciated.
    I ll report back...
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    70 650 astralred silver triumph bonneville
    65 912 slate gray "erwin"
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    I will get a detailed pricing information from the seller tomorrow.
    2k seems near, but not yet the bid to buy, I guess.

    If s.o. wants the set, rare enough for them to appear,
    please dm

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    I think I see spade marks on one of those units and the seal looks a little "used" to me. One of them might be an early take off? If so, as good as it is, I'd adjust an offer accordingly.

    A box does not NOS make.
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    your eyes are precise and „more eyes spot the difference“

    news update from the seller:
    They (both) were briefly assembled for a photo 20 years ago and then dismantled and stowed away in their original packaging..

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    73 914 ravennagreen "ferdl"
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