can you look at the below 6 heads for sale and let me know if you think these are in the ball park?
I wish they made a Kellys Blue book for embroidery machines but I havent found one. Here is a thought process that I use to value a machine. This is only my opinion.
Tajimas tend to last about 15 to 20 years depending on maintenance and use. The machines actually last a lot longer that 20 years but the support, and parts availability tends to end at about 20 years on most models.
As a rule, new machines sell in the ballpark of about 8,000 to 10,000 per head. A new 6 head Tajima will sell for about 50,000 to 53,000. This depends on what you get with the machine, hoops, supplies and tools, training, support, and warranties.