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    Posted: 20 Nov 2021 at 5:56am
This is insane!

A vintage set of RCBS steel 44 AMP dies on eBay right now:


Currently sitting at $406, with a full day left to go, and 68 bids so far???

I just sold a set for exactly what I paid for them a few years ago, $175….
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Final price: $890.99! Wacko
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I've seen worse for less.  Several years ago there were two (only two) NOS air cleaner base hold down bolts for a '67-'69 Corvette 427/435hp engine.  They sold for over $800...two bolts!  Reproduction bolts sold for $5.00 for the pair.

All I could guess was when you're spending big bucks on restoring car worth upwards of $150k an extra $800 for something so small doesn't mean anything.  
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A number of years ago I sold a vintage small toy "Evinrude"electic outboard motor
that I'd purchased once at a local hobby store for $15 on ebay.

It went for $1100+

Wish I had a 100 of them.

Jerry
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