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I've collected a boat-load of classic track and accessories, which is now surplus to requirements. There's in the region of 70 pieces of track plus old-style white fences, newer Armco and some flags and poles to go with it and a couple of the old-style cardboard bridge supports. It's all in useable nick - all the rubbish I bought I've scrapped because I wouldn't have been happy to sell it on.

The plan is that I'm going to put it on eBay, but what's the best way to list it? In small bundles, or a large job lot?

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Stuart.
 

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ive been looking at track on ebay for a while, but classic track just doesnt seem to sell, for your 70 pieces your probably only looking at £15 on ebay. try the car-boot or make a fancy wall decoration with it.
 

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Hi stuart
sadly niether it dont sell at all .
I got tons of it desided will cut it up into single lane for my rally track soon
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Hi Stuart,
From experience, I'd say you'll get the most for it if you add a few unwanted old (but good working order/cheap) cars, a powerpack and controllers, and sell it as a set. Make up a track using lots of the track pieces, and photograph it. Make up a couple of track variations and photograph them too. Also photograph the cars.
You'll make much more money that way, especially if you can wait until the run up to Christmas. Maybe £50-75.
If there's too much track, make up 2 sets. It's a great, cheap way for someone to get into Scalextric and have a massive track too.
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Thanks for the input.
Some interesting thoughts there, particularly.........

QUOTE cut it up into single lane for rally track
QUOTE add a few unwanted old (but good working order/cheap) cars, a powerpack and controllers, and sell it as a set
I might do a combination of both.
 
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