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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Nole0515, Jul 4, 2015.
decided to bring it back. if you have any questions just ask.
some items that were in the old thread
strangest thing you ever sold?
How much for the Jaguar?
we dont really sell odd ball Items. but did have and old lady try and sell us a raccoon and had a guy try to pawn some steaks from Winn Dixie
sold that over a year ago, think we got 1250 for it.
How much is\was the Breitling?
They aggravate the shit out of me because it's always the same conversation.
-How much you askin for it?
-I'd like to get $2500
Because fuck you, that's why. You and your fatass daughter.
But I understand they're in business to make money and they do deal with some crazy motherfuckers better than I would
IM sure they get yelled at more than the avg pawn broker cause of the area but I hate that it's so staged
Cartier Tank Francaise
it was 1750 I think
1988 Taylor 615
I want that Jaguar so bad
David Eden Metro Bass Amp/cab
Ampeg V-4B all tube Bass amp
Anyone need an Engagement ring?
That's ugly as fuck.
Assuming that's real it probably cost 3x what I paid for my wife's, and I'm pretty sure she would have hated that monstrosity
it may be ugly but its worth 5k
Well I was in school when I bought it
You still are. Poor
how much would you pay for Tiffin?
dont think I could get much for a stoner
He's clean though.
ok, an oz of Orange Kush and a couple tabs of Acid
Was the thread title a play on that Bonfire song?
Sublime, was also thinking about using lyrics from Bingham "Hock my guitar out of a pawn shop jail" but not many would have gotten that
1995 Tiffany & Co Atlas 18k ring
In Philadelphia it's worth 50 bucks.
Literally no one is going to get this and that's a damn shame.
Hey, how much for the gun?
Because literally no one watched an 80s movie?
It's a deep cut, Stuhly. It'd be like if I said "and she stepped on the ball" out of the blue
That Breitling is really nice. How long did it take.you to sell it?
Have some more respect for your fellow TMBers
Probably one of my 5 favorite comedies of all-time.
Seriously, one of the best movies of my childhood? Come on, man.
Relax your balls, man. It was a platitude; I could've said "this won't get the likes it deserves". I wasn't saying that me and fattus are the only ones who would get that line. Just that it's underrated.
I'd like to take in a rare book just to meet Rebecca:
Stop digging, whore face
It's not your fault
And now I have to watch Trading Places tonight.
Less than a month. Our high end men's watches sell rather quickly
#2 most perfect movie breasts of all time. #1 is that chick at the end of Bachelor Party.
That's actually a call back to Auntie Mame
What is your code? My dad used to own two pawn shops and used BLACK HORSE.
Pawn shops can make good money depending on how much money they loan out.
Pawn shops can get good deals for sure. For the shop they are great, for the buyer they absolutely suck 90% of time. It may be a bit different now with all the other options and "must have" items. I saw it in the early 90s.
We would have people come in to pawn an item for $10 but in a month they wouldn't be able to pay the $13 to pick it up, so they would pay $3 in interest for another month -- but there were some that did that for 50+ months. Thing is, the pawned item might be a ring worth $40 at most, yet they would still pay faithfully. Never understood that as a kid, but now that I am older I understand it a bit more (not that it makes financial sense now).
And then there were the locals and semi locals. A construction worker who might pawn half his tools on Thursday night for $200 just to come back Friday afternoon and pick em up for $250. Good times.
We use a software called data age. We do have customers that will pay for years on their loans. People are just attached to their items. We normally will pay 40-60% of their value. In gold we pay 66-75% of its melt value. But will pay up to 90% if we have a good idea you'll come back.