An increasingly popular trend in mountain biking is to remove the chain and coast down the mountain. This has reduced demand for crank sets, chains, and derailleurs. As a result, Endo Mountain Bikes Inc. is shutting down its bicycle propulsion plant. It purchased the plant 2 years ago for $300,000. It can sell the plant today for $100,000. The plant had a MACRS depreciable life of 5 years with depreciation rates of 20% and 32% in the first two years. When the plant is closed, Endo’s net working capital will decrease by $50,000. EBITDA in the final year is $250,000. Endo’s tax rate is 35%. What are the terminal year cash flows? Round your answer to the nearest dollar.