Interesting, between the bidders edsmith823 and revclif, there are five
auctions totaling over $700 for Walthers covered hoppers -- with no boxes!!!
And neither of those bidders are ebay rookies (one of the bidders has a
feedback rating of 1649), so these cars must have some sort of collectible
value to them.
If you've got any of these five airslide models you should _really_ consider
putting them up for auction.
The Green Bay Route: http://www.greenbayroute.com /
"I started out with nothing and I still have most of it."
Actually, any further auctions on those cars will probably not bring
anything more than the usual price for a car. It looks like we've got two
idiots that just have to have that car for some reason.
What is the worst thing about that bidding war is that a lone car never
looks right so he's gonna have to go and find a bunch more of them for a
train unless he's a stupid collector and for that, just ignore the car for
Why do penguins walk so far to get to their nesting grounds?
We're talking about many cars here.
If you've got an ebay account, this link will show 19 Walthers covered
hoppers with bids over $50... from just one of the bidders mentioned:
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