What's a rear window switch like this worth.

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  1. JTWard

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    I was wondering what's the value a switch like this for a Blazer or Suburban ? SANY0283.JPG SANY0281.JPG SANY0281.JPG SANY0279.JPG
     
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    depends year make model what the price is new and if that switch is new, might look it up see what the price is new then go from there.
     
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    There is no new. It was discontinued by GM years ago and I've collected 8 and remanufactured them all even the cleaning the front and re-stenciling the lettering on them and 3 coats of clear.
     
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    Well I when new they would be around 30 bucks. Might start there or since its obsolete and you refurb them and in good working condition could go higher. Reason I have a old honda mower the mulch plug is obsolete ebay only place to get them and they are going for up to 100 bucks for a piece of plastic since they are longer made or sold.
     
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    Look them up on eBay and see what they are selling for.
     
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    The switch in the pic. looks like it came right out of the factory package.
    If it were Me and I was wanting to find out how much it would be worth, I would put one out on ebay, not on a buy it now, and see for how much it would go for.
     
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    Yeah MrMarty51,
    I sold one by accident on Ebay for $25.00 but I'll be dam*& if I'll sell or give them away for that price again.
     

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