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$50,000 Roundnose 300?

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05-04-2009 19:54:56

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I was just crusing Ebay when I found this 300 listed. I happened to notice there was a question posted to the seller at the bottom of the listing, and the potential buyer asserted he had seen the 300 sell as high as 50k. After I got through laughing, I got to wondering. What's the highest anyone's seen one sell for?

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Roger H

05-05-2009 08:53:29

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 Re: $50,000 Roundnose 300? in reply to TimBinWV, 05-04-2009 19:54:56  
I ought to set the idiot straight that it is NOT a CaseIh, I have both kinds but when those that dont know any different start calling the older Case's a CaseIH that irritates me just a little, proves they know NOTHING about the Case & IH history or what they are even trying to sell

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C. Amick

05-05-2009 18:55:20

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 Re: $50,000 Roundnose 300? in reply to Roger H, 05-05-2009 08:53:29  
Roger, how are you doing? Heard you have not been well.

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Roger H

05-05-2009 21:50:32

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 Re: $50,000 Roundnose 300? in reply to C. Amick, 05-05-2009 18:55:20  
You must be thinking of another Roger on here, just my guess, I'm here everyday but dont post much at all

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05-04-2009 20:06:22

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 Re: $50,000 Roundnose 300? in reply to TimBinWV, 05-04-2009 19:54:56  
Well i have a roundnose 350, maybe i can get a little more than $50,000 right?. Who does this guy think he is kidding?

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