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    I'd buy it for 100 with all that. In fact if you lived closer I actually would.

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    I'd pay $150 for it. The drawer isn't really worth much co if you have allot of stuff (like us) it won't all fit.

    But as a starters pack, it's good value! Like I said, $150 would be reasonable. Make sure u list what trains are included eg Percy Gordon etc and the type of tracks u have (those points look awesome my kids would go nuts for them!)

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    If I were selling I would ask $120 and then when someone inevitably offers me $100 I would take it. It's like selling a house- put a little bit more on the asking price because people don't like paying full price, and then sell it at a 'reduced' rate (even though that is what you wanted for it all along!)

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    If you're not desperate for it to be gone I would ask $200 for it straight up! Why not? As others have said with Christmas coming it might be exactly what someone is looking for! I would've thought about buying it from you if we didn't already have too much ourselves! It looks great!!

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    I would pay $150 for that. Good luck, hope you get a good price!

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    I just saw this on my bss page and thought it was relevant. She is asking for $250 for the table and pieces in "good condition" not very good, not excellent, just good. And she only posted a few mins ago and already has someone interested.
    I think you should at least for $160 @liveliveshere and see what interest you get!
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