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DoctorCrip
Steve Weinraub
Apr 15, 2009 10:11 PM
Just the other day I passed - well more like forgot about the auction entirely - on an excellent condition Medium Duffel in Yellow that only ended up selling for something like $43. I was so pissed as I've been wanting that bag in that color for a long time now...oh well.
ShadyOak
Jason Boyles
Apr 17, 2009 10:15 AM
Early in my collecting (like 4-5 months ago) I passed on a like new Ruby Penny and a Ruby Mars that were around $200. I have regreted both since. Oh well, I didn't really have the money anyway, but I would have made it happen if I'd have known I'd regret it.
flippj
paul jewiss
Apr 17, 2009 5:45 PM
for sure, the most recent was a guy on german ebay selling a load of gen 1 m-frames, in an array of crystal frames and hybrid lenses...he had like 12 different pairs or so....i asked him if i could buy the lot for one price, he came back with £200GBP....at the time, with like a day to go, he had no bids on any of them so i declined, in total, they all ended up going for over £350GBP...
such is life, thats the risk and fun i guess of auctions!
warwagon
Mike Bahr
Apr 17, 2009 6:50 PM
DF2 that was offered to me at Original retail.... I have comfort in knowing it went to a good friend though. Might have to convince him to trade on something????
ford
Ford .
Apr 17, 2009 7:29 PM
Ha, he might be keeping them for a while yet Mike!
warwagon
Mike Bahr
Apr 17, 2009 7:59 PM
Well thats just plain mean. Friends should share!
Freesh
OAKLEY JUGGERNAUT
Apr 18, 2009 12:21 AM
hehe, no fighting on the island down there!
Oak
Twenty Fifty
Apr 27, 2009 8:06 PM
Aside from the big ticket items I regret not buying, I passed on the Canadian flag O sticker several years back. I wish I picked that up when it was only $30. With the red chrome, it was the best flag sticker I’ve ever seen. I also regret not buying more of the umbrellas while they were around.

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