pretty steep price for a machine that hasn't ran for "a decade or so"... If it was newly restored, we'd be talking. I would think a more reasonable asking price would be half that. Maybe 3k. I hope someone here can snag this at a reasonable price. I'd love to see it in the community!
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Postby kitt » Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:00 am
I wouldn't be surprised if its already been snapped up, these are incredibly rare and sought after.I've heard of collectors in Europe paying almost twice that for an un-restored one!
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Postby Paul_Pratt » Mon Dec 17, 2012 6:28 am
They don't come up very often in the 1 group config. I know a collector who has paid well over 10k euro for an unrestored one.
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Postby channo » Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:31 am
Hello 27 years before they bought at 50$...Just the design is not the myth in the cup. Ciao
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