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Thread: FS: @eBay - 000 Magazine “Prototyp” issue

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    FS: @eBay - 000 Magazine “Prototyp” issue

    Selling my issue 0 of 000 magazine. Long since sold out and no reprints.

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F133007692435
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    I wondered when this would happen. And here I thought I'd spent a lot at $100.

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    Apparently these are valuable.....
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    Reminds Me Of . . .

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    Say that three times, for the three times price. I guess I was smart to place mine back in the shipping boxes. Complete w/padding & stickers.

    Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peanut View Post
    Say that three times, for the three times price. I guess I was smart to place mine back in the shipping boxes. Complete w/padding & stickers.

    Scott
    I still haven’t opened the boxes...

    Thanks to my friends for having them on their shelves so i can continue to hord until my kids are old enough to know not to touch...
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    Yeah, I guess all that pent up demand for issue 0 was sated from the first two auctions where a copy sold for 760 and 860. Guess it does pay to be first...but 330 a'int too shabby.
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    I guess these are the new '89 Speedster.

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    Who knows?

    I'm listing my issues 1, 2 and 4 on eBay now.
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