Look at it this way Ducman.
The contrast specs on the Titan are 2000:1
Fan noise is 42 dB
There's no iris
The Panasonic PT-AE8000 has a contrast of 500,000:1 (overinflated spec probably, but still more them the Titan)
Fan noise is 22dB and it has an iris.
Plus a longer lamp life at a price of 1699.00$ with a full warranty.
Why would someone even pay 1699.00 for your Titan ?
Yeah it was 50,000.00, but that doesn't mean anything.
I would look at the Titan as the same as a Sliver Shadow Rolls Royce.
Expensive at the time, well made, over designed, heavy, costly to maintain.
Not the prettiest one to look at.
You would be hard pressed to give a Shadow away now.
Heavy, costly and very complex car to maintain, old specs, gas guzzler, out-dated slab sided body.
You may find someone on eBay, that hasn't done their homework and get some money, but no one here is going to bite or tell you it's worth 20, 10, or even 5,000.00$
In 1967 when the Shadow was released it was 6557 British Pounds, that equates to about 110,000, pounds.
Exchange that to Can. dollar and you get around 200,000.00$
You can pick up a Shadow in descent condition for around 20 to 25,000.00$ Can. the last time I checked.
Personally I would pay 2 cents for one.