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    i wish I had the money,
    this is a complete and mint set
    worth at least what is being asked ...

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    Here I saw it for prices between 50 and 180 Euros in very good condition. Obviously it is worth more money in the US.
    The future belongs to the few of us still willing to get our hands smell like fixing bath.

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    I'd love to have this outfit. Off to buy a loto ticket... :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmo View Post
    Here I saw it for prices between 50 and 180 Euros in very good condition. Obviously it is worth more money in the US.
    That would have been the nearer the price range in the US a decade to 5 years or so ago. Prices for TLRs have risen a lot in the US recently.

    Lee

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    I bought mine in mint condition for $140.

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    I'm amazed at the "price police" responses here- if one wishes to communicate such thoughts to the seller, why not use a PM? If the price is too high, the object will not sell; but it could also be that the potential buyers are just not looking right now, and that the price is "fair" (whatever that means).

    What ever happened to common courtesy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWphoto View Post
    I'm amazed at the "price police" responses here- if one wishes to communicate such thoughts to the seller, why not use a PM? If the price is too high, the object will not sell; but it could also be that the potential buyers are just not looking right now, and that the price is "fair" (whatever that means).

    What ever happened to common courtesy?
    There is no common courtesy on the internets

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