Damaged BC Rich Mockingbird

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  1. gidbass

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    Anyone know what this would be valued at? I live in the area and would maybe take the project on if it was cheap enough but have no clue what it would be worth.
     
  3. hdracer

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    From what I have seen the early MIA ones like that in mint shape sell around 2k. If that one was repaired properly and it was cleaned up real nice I would think it would sell for $800-900

    I would offer them $250. I wouldn't go over $350
     
  4. lavmonga

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    It looks like a pretty clean break. But if you fixed it and wanted to resell, I don't think many people would go over 500 bucks considering the neck repair.
     
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  6. gidbass

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    Yeah, not sure i would be in the "flip it for $ camp" i am more in the "i have the means to fix it, and i want to play it" camp....;)
     
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    Ed Roman would have that body in stock and I know that Neal Moser wants $279.00 for those electronics without the pup's..I agree with trying to get those "parts" for as low as possible...even if you get Warmoth to make you something.
     
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    I'd be all over that if it was local.
     

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