Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by fragglerock, Dec 3, 2008.
Is $140-$160a good range? Also, what would be a good price for a MIB sample of him?
I recently sold mine that was in excellent condition I would consider it MIB for $180 range. It did include the box with styrofoam and paperwork. That price of $140-$160 would be a good deal.
I know for a fact that that you cant get a MIB one for under $200 unless you get lucky.
I actually got my MIB Shockwave for $150 back in the long ago time.
I paid $150 for a loose Shockwave in good condition, so $140-160 loose sounds about right. For a MIB...yeah, $200+ also sounds about right.
my uncle gave me a shockwave he bought at a garage sale for 3 bucks.....
only missing the battery cover, nice hose, and electronics all still work perfect.
but yeah a mib I havent seen sold online under 200 in a long time.
even junkers usually fetch 65 bucks if they have some of the important parts.
Got mine a fw months ago, without box but in fantastic condition, for around £60 (about $120 at the time).
The electronics work, the crosshairs are there and the rubber tube is in great shape. Maybe I was lucky.
I got a perfect condition loose Shockwave about a year ago for $130.
I recently won one cheap at $56.00! The seller refunded my Paypal immediately upon receiving my payment and then relisted the item the same day at Buy-It-Now for $149.99.
Beware eBay seller: 210christine214 She claims that there was a glitch on eBay the time her auction ended that didn't allow other bidders to place their final bids on her Shockwave. I think that's her language of stating she didn't get to shill bid her item back up in time before it ended.
G1 SHOCKWAVE TRANSFORMERS 100% COMPLETE + INSTRUCTIONS! - eBay (item 160300530335 end time Nov-30-08 09:22:07 PST)
Are sellers allowed to do this if they are unhappy with the final selling price?
NOPE... that's why there's a thing called "RESERVED". She should have used it.
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