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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Nole0515, Jul 4, 2015.
Right above the D an O on tails side
Ah I see. Thanks.
1962ish Gibson ES-335. In need of a lot of TLC and currently waiting to hear back from Gibson from their Repair/Restoration shop. gonna cost a couple grand to get it right but it'll be worth around 10k when its finished
Stand Up SCAG VRIDE mower pawned for $1400
TAYLOR 914CE pawned for $600. He'll be back
Is google correct in that being a 3-4K guitar used?
Probably. Hence the “he’ll be back”. Person just needs the $600 and has every intention of coming back for his car.
the Taylor? yeah its 3kish
Damn nice guitar. Love my Taylor.
Purchased this today. Breitling Chronomat Flying Fish. No Box/Papers and is light on Links. not really sure where we're gonna price it
This reminds me that my grandmother gave me and my older brother sealed cans of random coins when we born. Random things like Susan b Anthony dollars, Buffalo nickels, etc.
I wonder if any of them are actually worth much now.
any dime, quarter, half dollar and dollar coin 1964 and before are 90% silver. buffalo nickels arent worth anything
I’ll give you 3 payments of 22.95
How much did you pay for it?
I continue to not understand watches
In Philadelphia it’s worth 50 bucks.
It A mEcHaNiCal MaStEr PeIce
I wouldnt call it that. Its not a Patek. but it is hand crafted and put together using 100's of individual parts. by some of the best in the world. Making a watch is very labor intensive and the Swiss arent cheap
More just saying what most watch-bros say. I don't get it, but do you
Rough estimate back from Gibson is 3k
Did you buy it?
it was a pawn
The bartender at a place I eat regularly day timed as the head meter maid for my city. Every day he emptied all the meters and processed the count. He would swap any pre 1964 coins with same value but post 1964. He gave himself an very nice retirement gift on the silver value he collected over the years.
Came out for sale Monday and already sold the Space Gray Airpods Max and PS5
Refurbed by Gibson will make it worth 10k easy like you said. That's like holy grail era Gibson
closer to 20k I think. just unsure with what needs done, how that affects the price
A custom shop Gibson of that era would run $5k and up. That's where they basically make a new guitar with 50s/60s era specs and techniques and they age it. You may know that but ones that are essentially counterfeits made by Gibson can go for 10k
best part is it has PAF's and the original bumblebee capacitors and pots
And we have another guitar coming out for sale. ESP LTD Deluxe EC-1000 retail is $1k pawned for $275 and will sell for in the ballpark of $500
A) You sell that PS3 yet?
2) Is it backwards compatible
D) Will you take a mouthy 4.5 year old in trade?
nope, just lowered the price
only PSone games according to this website https://www.wepc.com/tips/playstation-3-model-guide/
the model is CECH-4201C
only if its good at eBay ads
sold? My son may be interested.
Nope still for sale
And another guitar is out for sale. Ibanez RGA72QME in Transparent Black. gonna resell for $500
finally got this shipped out to Gibson should get this back around the end of February
Had our best sales day non one item I can remember
Congrats. Speaking of one item...what's your record profit off one item all time?
9k off a necklace I've posted in here I think
Ended up changing the price to 1k and sold it for $900.
sold this last week for $900
Also sold this last week for $800
NEUMANN TLM103 Studio Mic. Pawned for $300 and will be resold for $700
Canon 80D Body. Pawned for $250 Selling for $450
Have you ever knowingly bought a haunted item? How do you value something like that? Just based on the physical item itself or do you have to call an expert in ghosts/spirits?