Restoring an old piano can be quite expensive and time-consuming. To do it yourself, you’re going to need to be experienced with pianos and their workings. Further, you have to keep in mind that some pianos are so worn down that it’s virtually impossible to restore them, even if you’re a professional.
However, if you’re piano-savvy and find a good deal, it’s possible to save a lot of money by restoring an old piano instead of buying a new one. Check out my link for a step-by-step on how to do it.
If you are interested in RECYCLING a piano for profit (vs. restoring it), you may want to treat it a bit like an old car and use sell its parts. There are piano sellers like: http://www.stevespianoservice.com/Online-Piano-Parts-Catalog/used-piano-parts-wanted.htm who will buy from you if you have something that can be reused.
It sounds like you want to recycle a piano maybe rather than restore it, and if that’s the case a lot will depend on the condition and type of piano it is. If you are looking to sell a piano that you do not want to restore or put too much work into, you may not get a lot of money for it, but there will probably be many people who could use one or would want one. You could also donate one if it’s not in bad condition.
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