Cemi Mini Indy

st1313eve Posted By st1313eve, May 17, 2011 at 12:16 PM

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  1. st1313eve

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    Hi,
    I just bought a house and it has two wood burning stoves in it. One was a Woodsman that we have sold, and the other is a smaller CEMI "Mini Indy" model. I have been trying to look up some details about this stove online, but I can't find anything. Does anyone know anything about it? How much might it be worth? Thanks.
    -Steve
     
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    Thanks, but mine is a small free-standing unit not an insert. It looks like the company is no longer in existence though which is probably why I'm having such a hard time finding info on it. I'm just trying to get an idea of what it might be worth if I try to sell it too. I was thinking around $400, but I don't know if that is reasonable or not.
    -Steve
     
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    Usually the best thing to do when trying to come up with a price for a used stove if you have no other information on it is to look for similar stoves in the local newspaper classifieds to see what similar stoves are going for.
     
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    400 sounds high for something that was not a major brand nor well known...buy, hey, these things are worth whatever someone agrees to pay! Lots of folks would give away a stove like that for the hauling....
     
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    Try painting it up and listing it for $400. Like Craig says, its worth what someone will pay. May do better waiting until fall.
     
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