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Clam 1060???

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I have a Clam 1060 and I'm thinking about selling it. I bought a Thermal X last season and don't really need the 1060 anymore. My question is what would it be worth, if I post it for sale on here????

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grin what do you think a Clam 1060 is worth??? I don't want to just give it away, but I also don't want to price it to high.......

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have no clue just throw it up there as a best offer. you could also check out clams web site and see what they go for brand new and take off i dunno about 25-35 bucks per year of use.

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Clam does not sell the 1060 anymore. I think they discontinued them at least a couple year ago. Post it for what you want to get for it, if it does not sell you can always lower the price.

Never fished out of a 1060, but seem kind of a cool design.

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How much did you buy it for? like someone said above take off roughly 25 bucks per year of use and then more if it is in rough shape.. An original price would be nice though.. Just with a quick search on Google i found 500 new so maybe 300? Its tough to sell those type of shelters these days though.. seems like so many people are going flip over.. good luck!

Ryan

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I had bought mine brand new the last year they sold it for three bens, but have seen them sold used for as high as four bens. If I sold my 1060 I think that two bens is a fair deal, but I'm the kind of guy who sells used stuff cheap and not by the street market value.

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I agree with $200. I googled and found 2 other used ones that were for sale during this year and they went for about $200. If no rips or tears then $200 would be a good price.

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