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 Post subject: Atwater Kent model 10 for $900?
PostPosted: Dec Thu 07, 2017 7:00 am 
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Not close to me, but what do you think?

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/atq/ ... 88843.html


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 Post subject: Re: Atwater Kent model 10 for $900?
PostPosted: Dec Thu 07, 2017 7:16 am 
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jatroberg wrote:
Not close to me, but what do you think?
I think it's a Model 10 #4600 in reasonable apparently unmolested condition.

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 Post subject: Re: Atwater Kent model 10 for $900?
PostPosted: Dec Thu 07, 2017 8:23 am 
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In the Seattle area, I know of one that sold for $167 at an estate auction about 5 years ago, and another that sold for $400 at a club auction about 2 years ago. I'm sure I'm not aware of all recent sales... that's just 2 friends of mine. I also know a 3rd guy who was trying to sell one in the $1000-1100 range and didn't find a local buyer AFAIK. I think he may have sold that one to Steve Turner (Ohio) in the end, but not sure.

My personal opinion is that the model 10 variants do turn up from time to time around here, and $900 is a bit on the high side for Moses Lake. First, a buyer has to *get* there. :) It's the right price range for eBay... but that's a much different market. Radios in the PNW tend to sell for half or less of eBay prices.

-Rodney


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 Post subject: Re: Atwater Kent model 10 for $900?
PostPosted: Dec Thu 07, 2017 3:35 pm 
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I see a $500 radio there. But even with dozens and dozens showing up, the price seems to hold its own... Even for model 10's....Surprising, because they are not rare at all...and certainly not one easily played. In the 80's, I thought when I found one I would never find another one. But time ..and ebay proved otherwise...lol There are many many radios losing value today..but for some amazing reason, breadboard AK's seem to hold their own. Just my observations.


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