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Is there anywhere that i can find prices on cars value? Remember Beckett used to publish monthly but now i think they only offer it online.
 

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I looked on ebay for certain cars and found those but it was nice to flip thru Beckett and look up cars by year.
 

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Beckett does a Sports Cards Monthly, which is a lump sum of all sports, and it has diecast prices in them. Though its beckett so you know its not real world acurate.
 

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Is there anywhere that i can find prices on cars value? Remember Beckett used to publish monthly but now i think they only offer it online.
There is a site called diecastregistry.com

It has current prices and happenings within the diecast world. It costs like $10 bucks a year. No, I am not a member.

But remember with diecast, and anything collectible, you can appraise something at any price, ask any price, but what you get for that item can be totally different amounts.

I would check Ebay for completed listings on certain diecasts you are interested, like stated above. This will give you a ballpark range on what to ask and what to pay on a diecast.
 

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Beckett still prints an annual issue. You can find the 2011 issue on Amazon.

The monthly issues were pretty cool too but they stopped printing them in Spring/Summer of 2007. :sad:
 

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there is enough dealers on here we could most likely give you enough feedback to start your own price guide lol, but i am sure we could help you with your pricing
 

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Thank you guys. I checked ebay and got some ideas of prices that cars are selling for. I also found a place that has a price listing for Hot wheels also. Again, thank you for all your input.
 
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