Who are you the speaker flipper.
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I can respect that,
I would'nt give more than $3500.00 and they would have to be a solid 8 in condition.
I would proceed cautiously though because these are'nt the most desirable avalon's. They are a good speaker but not great.
If you can get them at a lower price though I think you could do ok.
Best of luck to you,
They are a good speaker but not avalons best and even though the new cost was about 25k They will be a tough sale used even if they are in very good shape.
The woodwork needs to be very good and all drivers working properly,you probably want to test them out.They also are a very heavy speaker weighing at least 130 lbs each.
Used speakers are really tough to sale.
I was wrong on the weight they actually weigh 175lbs each,very heavy.
All the Avalon brand models normally have very nicely finished veneered woodwork,somebody must have painted the pair you are looking at,possibly to hide flaws.
This speaker was made in the early 90's,so they do have some age to them.Again I would proceed very carefully with this deal.
I'm not going to mention any brand names but just as a example that used speakers really lose there value,I have a 6 yr old pair of speakers that I'm going to be saleing this year, they are in really good shape and they are a popular speaker.I paid 14k new and I know I will be lucky to get $3500.00 for them.
They have to be something really rare to demand big money,That's just how it is unfortunately.
I hope I helped you avoid a costly mistake,