Selling an old, broken, retired Jem (question)
Here's the deal: I've got an old Jem 555, an original run from 1994. The weird thing about it is that it's supposedly a prototype because of how early it was manufactured. It is indeed more of an 'odd' Jem because the markings and everything on this guitar is a bit different than the other Jem 555s made in 1994. It was a 'rough' run, so to say. The trem is broken down and it's in need of a huge tuneup, so it's really a fixer-upper altogether.
My question is this: Considering that this thing is completely broken down and it needs a complete makeover, would it be wiser to sell it 'as is' - as in one single piece, of try and sell the body and neck separately, and the pups as well, and just trash the damned trem?