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Old 11-05-2011, 09:09 PM
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Default Skater 388 191MPH

Thats Chip Romer's Skater 388, 191mph at LOTO 2011

Its been for sale over a year..
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:12 PM
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im gonna guess the asking price is higher than what i paid for 2 condos lol
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It is listed for $ 499,999, that is a great price given it probably cost him over a million dollars . The think the tilt trailer is worth or cost $ 100,000 . Talk about the state of the economy.
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:50 PM
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It probably feels like any other toy you lust after. Once you've obtained it & the new wears off, it just becomes another depreciable asset you' rather not have.
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It probably feels like any other toy you lust after. Once you've obtained it & the new wears off, it just becomes another depreciable asset you' rather not have.
Best post I have ever read!!
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Old 11-06-2011, 12:21 AM
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It probably feels like any other toy you lust after. Once you've obtained it & the new wears off, it just becomes another depreciable asset you' rather not have.
well said sir, well said................
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Old 11-06-2011, 12:49 AM
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It probably feels like any other toy you lust after. Once you've obtained it & the new wears off, it just becomes another depreciable asset you' rather not have.
You freekin nailed it. We're all on a different scale, but that pretty much sums it up. PS, if he wants to just get rid of it because he's sick of it, I guess I'll take it- you know, just to be a good guy
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It probably feels like any other toy you lust after. Once you've obtained it & the new wears off, it just becomes another depreciable asset you' rather not have.
Exactly, the 2 best days in a collector/ hobbyist life. The day you buy the item you really want and the day you sell it.
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