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I recently saw a DeVilbiss Pro Air II, 6.5 HP, 80 gallon, 175 psi, two-stage vertical air compressor similar to the one in the photo, and I am trying to figure out how much I might offer for it.
I am not at all familiar with the brand. It appears to be an old model. I can’t find any guidance through the usual internet resources. Are you able to assist in providing some information?
Value of DeVilbiss air compressor.by: Anonymous
I have had several shops, I have found that you can’t buy a 60 or 80 gallon compressor for less than $300.00. That is the cheeper brands. The quality brands are always $500.00 minimum.
When buying used, there is always that chance that the tank is rusting out or the pump is weak.
But if you know what to look for when checking out the compressor, you should be ok.
Look at the new prices on the upper brands$1,500.00 minimum is what you will find.
Your guesstimate of $100.00 to $300.00 is way below value for that quality.
The cheeper brands go for the $100 to $300.00 range used.
DeVilbiss Pro Air II
by: Doug in s.d.ca
Probably nothing, unless it’s local and you can pick it up.
Then, maybe 100-200 bucks, if the tank and pump are good.
Really??? Try buying an 80 gal for $200.00 bucks.
by: Doug in s.d.ca.
It’s old, no way to know how good or bad the pump/tank is.
Either one could be minutes away from failure.
Could be more if maintenance records available, but that’s not likely.
I have that compressor and bought it new it is a top of the line compressor it is. $2300.00 new, and it strong as a bull. I use mine 8 hours a day 6 days a week and have for 10 years. I did replace pump 1 year ago BP 4500 pump is $689.00 new It is a commercial compressor, best way to tell how good pump is is on start up should take 2 minutes to reach full pressure and cut off anywhere between 2 minutes to 3 minutes. If it takes longer pump has some wear, if it… Read more »
I was recently given the same compressor,not sure how old it is but was used to fill tires and maybe change a tire once in a while.this thing is loud but works great.Tank looks brand new,and fills up quickly,Thanks Mike,and Godspeed to his Dad.
$500 is a good price
I have a 30 gallon devilbliss air compressor I’m wondering what it’s worth
There are a few models with the specs I can see from the pic. Can you give an actual model number? Failing that, a couple more closer pix of the other sides?