Corbulin !!!



#9

Ebay link

He will sell for US$ 952252552.98 :-)))))


#10

Well,
It is his right, at least here in the States, to buy and sell as he pleases. If folks want to pay his rates, so be it.


#11

Yes, it is his right to do this, but it is not allowed to change the auction style as the seller did. The auction was not a buy-it-now auction at the beginning. Otherwhis this module would have been sold much ealier!

Matthias


#12

I don't wish to disagree, so let me ask this first. Did the auction have any bidders on it? Did the auction have less than 12 hours left on the auction? If the answer is no to those questions, then the seller can change (revise) the auction, as per ebay's current ruleset.

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Yes, it is his right to do this, but it is not allowed to change the auction style as the seller did. The auction was not a buy-it-now auction at the beginning. Otherwhis this module would have been sold much ealier!

Matthias



Edited: 7 Feb 2006, 8:30 a.m.

#13

Well, damn. There goes another piece of collector kit into the clutches of crass commerce.

#14

Look at the bright side.

Sooner or later, the bubba will die, as do all Scrooges. At that point, there will be quite an inventory of classic collectables coming on the market dirt cheap, as his executor dumps the lot for whatever he can get.

So let him has his fun. It won't last.


#15

Ha. Don't hold your breath.


#16

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Ha. Don't hold your breath.

But one might have to, if meeting "C" in person. Several feedback items have noted an odor of cigar smoke in items that he's packed for shipment.


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