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Old 7th May 2007, 03:22 AM   #1
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Up for you is a WE 728B basket need recone.



The magnet is very strong can lift the speaker up by a piece of metal stick to the magnet.



in the second picture, it's obvious, he did-

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Old 7th May 2007, 03:29 AM   #2
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Wow. And he only wants $60.00 for that gem...what a steal.
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Old 7th May 2007, 12:15 PM   #3
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He knows how to look after it too. I wonder how much junk has gone down the VC gap. It's a wonder he didn't say it had a very transparent sound.

There are sellers in HK that have tube amps for sale. Could be good value till you notice the freight is higher than the starting bid.
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Geoff,

>>There are sellers in HK that have tube amps for sale. Could be good value till you notice the freight is higher than the starting bid.<<

Yes - but tube amps *do* have a shocking watts to kilograms ratio (even worse if you think in watts per pounds), and international air freight *does* cost an arm and three legs.

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Wow. And he only wants $60.00 for that gem...what a steal.

Amazing ...... there are even bids on it !!!!!!!!
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Dunno about Welch mines - dig out anything and sell it on the net...mebe
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Starting bid: US $1,800.00

http://cgi.ebay.com/Heath-kit-tube-a...QQcmdZViewItem

is this a scam?

sellers feed back-

http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAP...:feedback:3:us

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........................is this a scam?...............


I would never buy something this highly priced from someone with 0 feedback.!!!!

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I would never buy something this highly priced from someone with 0 feedback.!!!!

And no pictures or description to speak of.

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this may be the worst case of (un)knowlegeable seller-


# The following item is up for bid: Altec Grey Gray Speaker Model 755A Loudspeaker NICE
# Untested. Looks to be in good shape, but selling AS IS due to age.


'nice' and, 'looks to be in good shape'

http://cgi.ebay.com/Altec-Grey-Gray-...em110070098081

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