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Re: Gaussing problems on monitors

Post by Flazh » October 23rd, 2008, 3:52 am

Wow, nutty prices :( I'll see if the place near me can source one for non-silly cash.


Re: Gaussing problems on monitors

Post by poolchamp » October 23rd, 2008, 12:10 pm

Hi chi try this guy Richard Monk ,He normally can track down anything and its in tip top condition"

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Re: Gaussing problems on monitors

Post by Chi » October 23rd, 2008, 2:40 pm

Yep, that's the one I was interested in. However, I know who the unknown bidder is (it's someone from another forum I'm a member of, they are buying it and shipping it to the Czech Republic if they win!), and I know they are willing to bid up to £3,500 for it (which is too much for this machine - it's in reasonable but not great condition, and it's a bootleg upgraded machine, with copied marquee. It has memory card slots but that's not really too interesting except that it tells me it a JP spec cab). They've got two bids on, so I know it'll be a minimum of £3,200 to win it, assuming the second bid is only for the minimum bid increment of £3,100. For the record, I place a machine of that type and quality as worth about £2,900, in cash. Pushing it up to £3K or £3,100 I might have done, but more than that is too much of a premium.

It's a shame, as I'd made a private offer to the seller by email the night before, of £3K less the eBay fees (£68.55 - I'd heard about the cab from a forum so don't really like the idea of eBay profiting) but he was obliged to wait till the end of the auction as he's selling it for a relative that's emigrated.

Cheers for the contact, poolchamp - I'll get in contact and see if he has anything affordable :D
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Re: Gaussing problems on monitors

Post by poolchamp » October 23rd, 2008, 2:59 pm

AMR Amusements Ltd
Unit 202b
Burcott Road
Avon BS11 8AP
0117 9822238

0117 9828116

Thats another ask Richard first from Aztec what you want and give him time ,I can give you loads more if you like

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