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Eddie Zarick
Apr 21, 2012 6:28 AM
Well, it was for sale, and I knew if no one jumped on it quick id end up looking at it for to long and decide to keep it.... so I did and I'm sure glad I did.. I got the display case along with other display pieces off a score on CL. This is the Holy Grail of display cases.. the very rare Triple Wide Case. Ive never seen one in person, only seen them in pictures from collectors on here. It sure is a beautiful case, and I think is Oakley's Largest. I read somewhere there was only 300 of these made.. Im not sure, correct me if I'm wrong. Also got some cool new display pieces. You can see them all below. Hope you all like the pictures!










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Twenty Fifty
Apr 21, 2012 2:28 AM
That's awesome. Congrats and great setup.

I'm not sure about the 300 number. One of my OPDs has 4 in his store and 1-2 more in his garage that he takes to trade shows. He's got a pretty small store, so I don't think he'd have 2% of the world's triples.
warwagon
Mike Bahr
Apr 21, 2012 3:04 AM
Congrats on a great score.... yes they are indeed a massive cabinet. Had one myself for a while, though now it is with a collector who is using it to it's full potential and some.
I do know that the one i had was the only one in our state.
andy73au
Andrew Gregory
Apr 21, 2012 4:32 AM
awesome Triple Wide there and some very nice pieces within...congrats!
LEX7
EJ Man
Apr 21, 2012 5:33 PM
congrats on a great display!
brennan2x
I Brennan
Apr 22, 2012 5:31 AM
Welcome to the triplewide club. Looks awesome.
TERRORISM
18K & FMJ
Apr 22, 2012 10:39 AM
Congratulations on the triplewide!

A few years back Brent Clawson (former production manager at Fabcon who made the aluminum cases) told me that there were only about 300 - 350 of the triplewides produced (can't remember the exact number he provided, but it was somewhere in that range).

Looks great!

TheVault
Eric Arsenault
Apr 22, 2012 10:37 PM
Congrats ! Love the whole setup, the thematics and it does not feel too cluttered, wich is not always easy to do.
 
 
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