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So, recently I took a look in my closet and realized that I was running out of place to store Lego sets. As sad as it is, I have to clear out some space. So, I created an Amazon account to sell my sets. Unfortunately, I do own a lot of older, obscure sets and I'm not getting any buyers, so I decided to ask you Brickset guys if anyone wants to buy from me.
The way this will work is every Saturday I will post a new set to be sold. I'll post information on it, but no price. It's up to you, the bidders, to provide me a reasonable price. If I find a reasonable price during the week, I will list it as the price on the Amazon page that Saturday. Otherwise, I will wait until the next Saturday until changing the price. Now, here's the catch. Let's say you bid a price and I accept it that Saturday but you do not buy the set or are late in buying it. Anyone else can buy it, and if no one buys it then that will stay the set's price. Questions? Leave a comment.
Now onto the details of this week's set, which is Anakin's Jedi Starfighter, one of the original Clone Wars sets.
Box: A little beaten up but still in okay shape. (BTW, I think this set was released as both an Episode III and Clone Wars set so I guess that means the box is an exclusive.
Pieces: Contains all but one, which is pretty minor, and both minifigures.
This set includes the box, instructions, and all but one of the pieces.
MSG me prices!
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HOw about this:
1) Research a fair price that you would be willing to sell your set for. Comp sold prices can be found on ebay, bricklink and/or brickpicker.
2) Provide a list of your sets and asking prices here on Brickset.
3) people can buy your sets.
You know why companies like Apple and google work? They keep it simple.
BTW, is anyone interested in a Republic Attack Cruiser for $275? I can lower the price.