No wheels and tires will hurt. That, plus it being a roller (slider) will hurt even more. That leaves your market down to someone who has a project in mind and wants to pick up a roller cheap, or someone who already has the parts and sees a good opportunity to start a new project.
I listed my SCX-10 locally not long ago, to see what kind of offers I got. Mine is mostly stock, non kit version. Upgrades being a brushless 17.5t sensored system, aluminum hubs, and wheels/tires. Highest offer I got was $170.
I wouldn't expect any more than $150 for yours. Definitely separate the wheels. Those are nice, usually see those sell for $100 and up on RCC.
Good info. Thanks. I realize that I'll be taking a loss. If I can get atleast $200 total, for the whole thing it will likely be worthwhile. I might post it here on URC soon for $250 with the potential for selling the wheels separately from the chassis. I realize $250 might be a little high, but I want to give myself a little room for haggling.
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