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Colt Gold Cup Trophy

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by bdenny, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. bdenny

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    I have a full size Colt 1911 series 80 Gold Cup Trophy that has been factory fired only and in original box.I'm not sure of value maybe millions Thought I would get some opinions on value.Thanks Bill and yes I will sell it,f the price is what I think it should be.
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    probably worth what you paid for it.
     
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    Looks like aftermarket trigger, grip safety, and hammer, unless the Series 80 came that way. My Series 70 sure did not.
     
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    I'll go $650

    Regards from Minnysoda.
     
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    $725. I wouldn't mind having another. Mike.
     
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    Series 80's are worth what you can get out of them.

    If it was a 70 Series Gold Cup unfired your talking $1200 - 1500.

    The 80 Series is just another 45acp and with whats out there, its just another new gun. IMO around $800 tops

    Get what you can and be happy.

    Good luck
     
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    Thanks for your help and really skeet2day did you think that I thought it was worth a million dollars some people
     
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    bdenny, it might be, but it's a 45acp, yes no? If it is, then no.
     
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    Being your selling, I'd ask $925 in that condition.

    Bob, it came that way...

    expect to get 10% less...
     
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    The only addition to this gun is Walnut grips. Original parts are in a bag. I do not like the wraparound grips on the 1911 pistol. Steel and Walnut, please. I will save modern materials for my Glock. (snicker)

    Is your gun marked Colt MFG Co or Colt's Patent Firearms MFG Co.?

    Mine is a Colt's, and I would not take the prices mentioned.
     
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    sold for million!
     
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    Shooting coach, they can be bought new for $1095........the series 80 gold cups like his.
     
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    A Colt MFG CO Gold Cup Trophy wholesales for $956. A Colt's Patent Firearms gun will never be made again.

    BTW, I tried to find a new Trophy in stock with my suppliers. I could not find one.

    Right now, a lot of quality guns are made of unobtanium.

    I would not take the offers listed for my Colt's.
     
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    I didn't
     
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    I'm confused. If they wholesale for $956, why would you think a 100% used condition blued GC would command a premium above that????!
    Your spending too much time on Gunbroker.com
     
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    How about a pre 70 series national match unfired in the box?
    I have one, what is it worth?
    serial number puts it around 1965.
     
  17. bdenny

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    Never said what is was worth any price,ask for opinions thats all.
     
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    800- 850
     
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    New ones cannot be found, so demand in the market place will dictate the price.
     
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