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What is the value of a 1964, pristine, 35 Rem Texan, 20" Microgroove?
 

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A '64 texan in pristine condition can bring in a good dollar. The .35Rem makes it even more valuable IMO due to there being less of them in this chambering.

It could be worth up to $500 plus depending on how bad someone wants it.

Are you buying or selling?
 

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I'd think $450-$500 is not out of the question, on a Texan in .35 Rem, for someone that wants one.
 

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I sold a 85-90% pre-Microgroove Texan in 35 Rem. for $450. a couple months ago and the buyer considered it a good deal.
 

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I ended up passing (for now 8)) on the two RC's and buying an extra nice '72 Mounie.
Now all I need is to win the lottery and go pick up the others.
 

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You would most likely get a better return on your money by buying the other Marlins than buying lottery tickets. The Marlins are just about a sure thing.
 
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