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How much are my 1987 Cornwall I's worth

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Pretty good shape, standard C-WO, original stock crossovers.  What is a fair asking price on a pair? 

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6 minutes ago, Chris Elm said:

Pretty good shape, standard C-WO, original stock crossovers.  What is a fair asking price on a pair? 

Condition, location, pictures all factor in to the price. And how bad do you want to get rid of them?

 

Mark

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Just now, Budman said:

87 cornwalls are cornwall 2's

Damn you're quick 😁😁

 

Mark

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Just now, Budman said:

87 cornwalls are cornwall 2's

Oops, got confused with my old Heresy II's.  These are 1983.

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Thanks budman. 

What about bottom dollar price for a similar vintage set of la scalas?  

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depending on what they look like i just sold my LS - BR set from 86 to a forum member this year for 1399

plus everything depends on location

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If they look nice - $875 - 900. 

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2 hours ago, Chris Elm said:

Pretty good shape, standard C-WO, original stock crossovers.  What is a fair asking price on a pair? 

 

Price 'em like a Ferrari.

 

Keith

 

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5 minutes ago, T2K said:

 

Price 'em like a Ferrari.

 

Keith

 

That's what everyone on CL around my area is doing.   2k for cornwall IIs all day long. 1500 for birch raw Cornwall 1s not even that great of shape and 

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You can buy LaScala’s for less.  

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13 minutes ago, Deang said:

You can buy LaScala’s for less.  

This I know.   In my area LA scalas rarely come up for sale. They usually list at 2k+.  CA doesn't follow the typical prices seen on this forum. 

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Used to be you could pick up a local trader or free shopper around military posts in the weeks before extended deployments and find all sorts of deals on Klipsch speakers and stereo equipment. But now, resellers have wised up and using search tempest and other classified ad aggregators, they scarf up the best deals before the ink is dry. I never purchased Klipsch gear that way (I remember seeing it listed) but did get a decent amp and tuner a few years ago for a song from a deploying Fort Campbell soldier. I keep checking and prices for that gear keep rising - maybe there s more competition now that the ad's reach is broader.

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I bought a mint pair of CWIIs a few years ago for 600.00. Sold em a couple of months later for 800.00.

 

 

 

Shakey

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