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#63418 - Tue Feb 24 2004 05:09 PM Vis's auction prices
flyingausa Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Oct 26 2002
Loc: Mill Creek,Wa
I'll make No editorial comments, draw your own conculsions. Prices don't inclued bidder fee and sales tax (about 19%) Unrestored St.Louis vis, good cylinder $1550.00,fry 17 5 gal, plastic cyl $2000.00, rush model H vis $1800.00, SW model 90, $1250.00, A-38 $1500.00, Bennett 541 $1000.00 Tok 870 clockface $1700.00 Pair of cast iron island lites (rough) $850.00. Will post more later if anyone is interest and some pics which I will have to email to someone to post.

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#63419 - Tue Feb 24 2004 05:43 PM Re: Vis's auction prices
THE AMERICAN GARAGE Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Wed Jun 02 2004
Loc: PECONIC BAY, L.I., NY, USA
Wondering if Seth @ Vic's 66 could possibly post a simple "prices realized" posting similar to the insert sheet listing
the items in the original mailing flyer with prices written in after the item...no rush and of course "if possible!" Just an idea!
Thanks Seth if you can or if you can't

DOC @ THE AMERICAN GARAGE WEST
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#63420 - Tue Feb 24 2004 07:39 PM Re: Vis's auction prices
st.rod Offline
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Registered: Fri Feb 15 2002
Loc: Edgewater, Colorful Colorado
Hey, I'll be the one to say it. Prices out of sight!!!!!!!!!!!
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In memory of DB 9/12/49 - 8/28/14

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#63421 - Thu Feb 26 2004 08:28 AM Re: Vis's auction prices
66phillips Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Jan 25 2003
Loc: Mangum, OK USA
Welcome to the real world. Auction prices are always "HIGH"...........

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#63422 - Thu Feb 26 2004 11:18 AM Re: Vis's auction prices
gasmansgp Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Feb 24 2003
Loc: Severn, Maryland USA
I agree with Butch.....This is the real world and you can't expect prices to be what they were several years ago....or even last year. We all know that it's harder to find this stuff, you are paying more for what you find and in most cases traveling farther....which means travel expenses. If you are shocked by these prices.....take a look at car prices of today. You are paying over $10,000 for a basic auto. Add some features and you are over $20,000 easily. Then what you get depreciates as soon as you drive it home. At least in this "real world".....these items are keeping up with inflation....Strictly my opinion, as always.

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#63423 - Fri Feb 27 2004 07:18 PM Re: Vis's auction prices
41Again Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Feb 21 2004
Loc: clovis, ca. usa
were the bennett and the tokheim 850 restored or un??? if un, wow!

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#63424 - Sat Feb 28 2004 07:10 AM Re: Vis's auction prices
gasmansgp Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Feb 24 2003
Loc: Severn, Maryland USA
Both were unrestored.....

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