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    Nikko radio control Afterburner help!!!

    I was recently going through some old toys of mine from when I was a kid and came across a Nikko radio control Afterburner. I tried doing a little research online but couldn't find much. The rc car is in the original box and was never opened. I was wondering how much it might be worth if anything. Thanks for any help!
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    Well there are many places you can check to find that out like a small little site named, or the small time site that deals in collectables named

    But for a less sarcastic answer as much as you can get for it. That kind of stuff can vary drastically as if some guy has fond memories of that vehicle, and pulls a 6-7 figure income they might spend a ridiculous amount on it.

    Problem with asking this question is that the forum posters here generally do not touch those type of RC's as they are considered toy RCs where we run hobby grade RC's.
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    Was just about to say "BRUSHLESS AND LIPO YO!!!"... lol

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    generally speaking, the vintage toy rc's that are worth some $$$ are the ones that used standard 7.2v 6cell some of these were pretty close to hobby grade in terms of construction.

    But, you have a fairly old model that is if someone who had that some model as a kid and wants one to re-live his child hood sees it on ebay...that person might pay $50 shipped for it. I doubt it could sell for more than that....but as mentioned by syco, there are some older guys who have money to burn. So, it wouldn't hurt to put it on ebay as an auction to see how high it can go.
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