AngryCorvair
AngryCorvair MegaDork
4/24/19 1:46 p.m.

Part in question is differential assembly with batwing, Dana 36 with 2.59:1 gears, from 1994 Corvette.

As of today, Wednesday 4/24/2019, checking eBay completed auctions (SOLD, not just expired) and sorting by most recent, there's a $450 and a $125.   average $287.50.

I'm going to use $287.50 as the FMV for self-trading this part.   IDK what i'm trading it for yet, but it will be something with similar FMV.   any well-reasoned objections to this FMV?

Robbie
Robbie UltimaDork
4/24/19 9:06 p.m.

seems legit - but why the giant price difference? was one sale free shipping or something? remember that shipping would have to be factored OUT of the FMV of the part. 

GTXVette
GTXVette UltraDork
4/25/19 5:39 a.m.

 Funny I Have Two Here, 1,  I would sell Sell Cheap If You Pull it,  200 Maybe less, The Other I have  Freshend up,  450ish,  But It's in A challenge mobile and I would have to replace it.  So your Number is Fine . 

  This is from a Parts seller Perspective,   and Why I Wear Boots.

AngryCorvair
AngryCorvair MegaDork
4/25/19 11:49 a.m.

In reply to Robbie :

$450 was for a part that was removed 30 years ago at low mileage and has been sitting there collecting dust.   $125 was kinda greasy and over 100k miles.   Then there's a complete pig (ie no batwing) that sold for $224 and a couple of batwings that sold for $125 and $99.95.   i sanity-checked junkyard prices via car-part.com and there are 3 listed:  $550, $400, and $call.  So I'm sticking with $287.50

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