What's the going $ for a mint 2013 56 reissue?

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  1. StubbyJ

    StubbyJ Senior Member

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    I haven't seen any listed in the emporium as of late and a search turned up no results.

    What is one going to pay for a recent (2013) 56 reissue in as new condition, all stock, 8 pounds 8 ounces?

    Thanks to all addicts who can help out?
     
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    THDNUT Senior Member

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    $2500 in the USA.
     
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    mudface Senior Member

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    I agree, with $2500 maybe a little more if there's no fret wear or dings. Remember it's a buyers market.
     
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    jamman Premium Member

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    Mint ??? OK , as much as you're willing yo pay ... I can't see more then $2,500 since it's a GT ...But I don't follow prices on those . Check sold listings where possible . It's a Buyers market, so offer what you feel is good for both of you ....
     
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    I think those posting above have it pretty much right on.

    I tend to think of pre-2013 goldtops in the very low $2K range. Tack on a little for it being a '13-present (it's just the way it is) and a little more for it being "mint."
     
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    Thanks guys.
     
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    Good luck in your search. The few I've seen on line are in the $3K +\- range.

    If you can find one in the he low $2K area, jump on it. Fast.

    Even R8's are listed at higher prices than what the general consensus is of what should be paid.

    I guess patience is a virtue when it comes to R's.
     
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    Here's a mint '14 R7 with a buy it now of $2800. Bids are up to $2200 with 2 days
    left. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-5...0001&campid=5338014323&icep_item=152659838199

    Currently there are a few '57s at or below $2500. The one above would be my pick for a good GT deal.

    This one is from a private seller not a dealer. The current '56s I see are from dealers with inflated prices.

    For a '56 (or '54) one will have to be more patient as they aren't as common. But they will show up from time to time with proper pricing.

    Some forget that not too long ago dealers were blowing out new '14 R4, R6, R7, and flamed R8s for $3500 brand new.

    No way I'm paying a dealer anywhere near 3k for a used R4-R7. :wtf:

    I just recently paid under $3100 for an as new '14 'Benchmark Limited Run' R9 that listed a little over 1K more than a regular run R9.

    The deals are out there but in some cases, like smaller production run R4s and R6s, they are limited to the patient. :cheers2:
     
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