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    Steyr LP Cylynder

    I've been offered a couple of Lp cylinders, both in excellent condition, They are beyond there 10 year issf date

    What would be a fair price to pay, he's a friend so want to pay a fair price for both of us but have no idea of value

    thanks
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    Standard size cylinder around 115 new (North of the border); post cost unknown. Say max 2/3 ~ 77, but out of date probably makes them less valuable, so maybe 1/2 new ~ 57 max. The colour might be relevant to some buyers (e.g. blue might/might not be desirable for black or silver frame).
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    Id say max half cause theyre out of date. So 50-75. If leakfree
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    yana

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    Advise

    Would say max 35-40 each.
    70 for the pair.

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    I sold a pair of gold LP cylinders last year for 35 plus postage - no leaks, years out of date but no gauges on the end-old style.
    I also bought some with gauges and 5 years I n date - simplistically, the agreed sale price was the new cost less 30 residual value as if they were out of date, plus the remainder of the new cost divided by 10 years then multiplied by the number of years left. So say 120 new cost less 30 =90/10 years =9/yr, x 5 years left=45 plus 30 residual=75
    Hope that helps!
    Steyr Evo 10, Walther LP400, Original 75, Weihrauch HW45 Blackstar & HW40, BSA Scorpion SE

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    Lundy
    "I sold a pair of gold LP cylinders last year for 35 plus postage - no leaks, years out of date but no gauges on the end-old style."

    Well we agreed on a little bit less than that in the end 😊
    And they're still going strong 👌 Cheers

    I have bought a few over the recent years. The old style without gauges I've picked up for around the 15 mark. I've paid up to 45 for the newer version with 'date' left on them.....

    Particularly with the old style if they haven't been resealed you may want to factor that potential cost into your calculations too.

    That said, l'd be happy to pick up leaking ones too!😆

    Mike

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    Mike
    Maybe we did ! My memory ain't great but dont embarrass me by telling me how wrong I am!
    Glad they're still holding up
    Lundy
    Steyr Evo 10, Walther LP400, Original 75, Weihrauch HW45 Blackstar & HW40, BSA Scorpion SE

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