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Thread: Pfaff Grand Quilter/Next generation frame

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    I have this set- up and LOVE it, but I am thinking of an upgrade. MDH says I have to sell this first, I have the machine serviced every year. Does anyone have any idea what I should ask for it? Thanks

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    Pictures?

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    Where is it located?

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    Join sewitsforsale, a yahoo group. It's free. Maybe you can see what others have asked in the past, though you can't know for sure if it sold and for how much. Also check completed sales on eBay. I did see this combo for sale recently either here, on patternreview.com, or sewitsforsale. Good luck!!!!

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    I purchased the same setup, used not new, about 3 years ago for $1,500. It included the Pfaff GrandQuilter Hobby 1200 (9" throat), the NextGen frame, Quilters Cruise Control stitch regulator, Laser and some Golden Threads pantographs. It's definitely a great beginner frame setup.

    I've already upgraded to a used Tin Lizzie 18. So, I will be selling my setup shortly, too. I was planning to ask $1,300 for my setup to sell it quickly. I see them occasionally listed on Craigslist, usually between $1,500 and $2,000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mytwopals
    I purchased the same setup, used not new, about 3 years ago for $1,500. It included the Pfaff GrandQuilter Hobby 1200 (9" throat), the NextGen frame, Quilters Cruise Control stitch regulator, Laser and some Golden Threads pantographs. It's definitely a great beginner frame setup.

    I've already upgraded to a used Tin Lizzie 18. So, I will be selling my setup shortly, too. I was planning to ask $1,300 for my setup to sell it quickly. I see them occasionally listed on Craigslist, usually between $1,500 and $2,000.
    I wish you lived closer! I would buy that in a heartbeat!

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    I paid $1600 for my PGQ/New Joy Gold combo, so I think you've got your answers! :)

    I'm a member of the Yahoo! groups for both the New Joy and the Pfaff/Janome machines, and sale prices seem to be similar there too.

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