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I need help valuing this equipment.

captainff

Active Member
If this is posted in the wrong place / against forum rules (I checked and it seemed to be ok) then I apologise and won't question it's deletion.

However.. .. .. .. .. ..

As I have connections to groups like this I've been asked by a greiving mother to sell her son's car audio if possible. It was removed from his own car before he got a company vehicle and has been sat in her loft for about 18 months. It is all clean and legit, but I don't currently know if it works. I've spoken to two people that I know who want to buy the majority of the equipment so I'm not offering it up for sale here.

The questions that I hope someone can answer are these.

1) Is there a simple way for me to test this setup to see if it all works without wiring into my car's loom? I'm not into the whole loud music / upgraded stereo thing and my original system suits my needs.

2) Could someone give me an approximate price that I should expect to sell it for? A ballpark figure that would mean that she isn't getting ripped off would be really helpful.

I've taken some pictures of all of the equipment and uploaded them to a flickr account, the link to which is

http://www.flickr.com/photos/captain...7607752273262/

I think that I've got enough information there to be able to see what everything is. As I said at the start this isn't for me but for a woman who has just lost her son and I'm trying to do the right thing in helping her.

Thanks for reading, and hopefully thanks for your help.
 

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