badtheba wrote:Since we're talking about addictions here... If I were to find a mark V and don't know what I'm looking at in pics, but know enough to at least pick out a 520 fence upgrade, how much would that drive the price up? That's assuming no other large attachments are included.
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I don't think there is an answer to that question. Prices are all over the place depending where you are and the sellers motivation and knowledge of what they have. You see great deals all the time and then you see things that are way over priced due to their condition.
The other thing is you can look at eBay or Craig's List or wherever but you never know what the item actually sold for compared to the original asking price or even if it did sell. You can see what an item sold for on eBay IF you put it on your watch list.
As an example, there was a SS over arm pin router table listed locally on one of the TV stations classified lists. From the pictures it looked almost unused and included a Porter Cable router for another $100. It had castors, dust collection and all the accessories. The asking price was $600 plus the router ($700). They didn't even sell for that much new. I watched and the seller finally finally included the router in the $600 price. Then he dropped the price to $400 with the router. Still high but getting better since it included a router and it was the newest model SS made. After a week or two I called and offered $300. He took it without hesitation. When I picked it up it truly looked brand new. There was absolutely no saw dust on it anywhere. The router had been used but not in the table IMO.