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RE: EMBLEMS


65sssd wrote:
67BBSD wrote:

The jealousy in this hobby often ruins it

For the record I don't believe all three are worth $150 let alone one

Yes good deal had - that's what we all want correct ?


 I'm sorry your right. Dale's restos has them for $75.00 each but a mint original would go for more most of the time. No jealousy here because I have a pile of these.


 I'll give you $10 for the lot...



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03cts sport wrote:
65sssd wrote:
67BBSD wrote:

The jealousy in this hobby often ruins it

For the record I don't believe all three are worth $150 let alone one

Yes good deal had - that's what we all want correct ?


 I'm sorry your right. Dale's restos has them for $75.00 each but a mint original would go for more most of the time. No jealousy here because I have a pile of these.


 I'll give you $10 for the lot...


 Ouch, I just checked and the 66 trunk emblems in that photo are 140.00 each at dale's. So $315.00 reproduced total and they look nice. Very shiny.



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Turn2Stone wrote:

Actually I did send him a few dollars more than he asked for, but I didnt know the value of any on them, and that is between him and I, unless one of us post it here. Mine is a 67 Beaumont Custom, the one in the avatar. I generally give my parts to someone who has the car it belongs to, trade it for one I need, or donate it here. (Barry has been selling a lot of parts in the Flea Market section here latetly) Eventually I will have enough Beaumont parts to trade for the horn button I need.

-- Edited by Turn2Stone on Thursday 26th of January 2012 03:23:05 PM


 Bummer that you still haven't found that '67 button.  If you ever want to part with the '66 button I would certainly be interested (to have it as a spare to replace the current one I have that will undoubtably be ripped off some day when I leave the roof down.)



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03cts sport wrote:
Turn2Stone wrote:

Actually I did send him a few dollars more than he asked for, but I didnt know the value of any on them, and that is between him and I, unless one of us post it here. Mine is a 67 Beaumont Custom, the one in the avatar. I generally give my parts to someone who has the car it belongs to, trade it for one I need, or donate it here. (Barry has been selling a lot of parts in the Flea Market section here latetly) Eventually I will have enough Beaumont parts to trade for the horn button I need.

-- Edited by Turn2Stone on Thursday 26th of January 2012 03:23:05 PM


 Bummer that you still haven't found that '67 button.  If you ever want to part with the '66 button I would certainly be interested (to have it as a spare to replace the current one I have that will undoubtably be ripped off some day when I leave the roof down.)


 What does a 67 look like? If I have one he can have it. Paul.



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