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Fri Feb 8 19:34:08 CST 2008
> Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2008 11:26:01 -0500
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> To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
> Subject: $3000 ASR33?????
> Good grief!
> ebay auction:
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As side subject, if anyone has a spare parts 33, I'm still looking for the
power supply for the tape reader.
There was a 33 that sold for $49 just a short time ago. So go figure??
There was a Canon Cat that was asked $2000. It had no bids.
I'm not sure what the seller was looking for. The highest sale was
$1800 someplace. I suspect that both high bidders here got there
Cats as shortly after that, one sold for less than 1/2 that price.
It may be that the seller had an outside bid and just wanted to
check to see if someone else really, really, wanted one.
Even though quite rare and has a special historical value, I've
found that such items often need to start at a lower price to develope
interest in the auction. Sometimes this does lead to higher prices
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