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Just wanted to know if it would be worth selling on here, and for how much, I have no idea:S

Boxed, Few acessories, Slight yellowing.
 

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Depends on condition, accessories and presence or absence of original box and games.
If you're talking a basic 64 with tape drive and a handful of games, then 20-30 quid. If you have a full setup with 1541 and a heap of software and boxes for the machine, then go to ebay and put it up for 100 pound.
 

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Its a collectors item so as above you may be able to get quite a bit on ebay depending on condition and you mentioned boxed which will add value.
 

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Ah thanks, looks like ebay would be the best place, Might sound like a silly question, But can it depreciate in value at all?
 

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The better the condition of it and the more complete and functional it is, the more it will be worth. It's value may increase over time as functional units become even rarer and collectors seek these out.
 

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All depends on the condition but if it was me i'd keep it as its a collectors item and will only grow in value....but you seem to be in the mood for saving money
 

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All depends on the condition but if it was me i'd keep it as its a collectors item and will only grow in value....but you seem to be in the mood for saving money


LMAO, I was selling so much i had a quick look around my room to see if there was anything else of value worth selling (that i dont use of course)

think i will keep it there for a while yet, Im not that desperate for money(YET)
 

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yeah keep it for a few years, then sell it for big monies
 
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