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    Auction prices

    I WATCH THIS AUCTION SITE ...www.liveauctioneers.com . YOU HAVE TO SIGN UP TO SEE THE SALE PRICES, NO BIG DEAL EASY. I USE IT TO SEE WHATS GOING ON IN THE MARKET. THE PICTURES OF THE BIKES LOOK GOOD BUT HARD TO TELL HOW MUCH IS REAL OR REPOP. ANYWAY HERE ARE SOME OF THE PRICES THIS YEAR...
    1929 MODEL B.................... $32,000
    1931 PEASHOOTER ............. $47,500
    1937 EL ............................ $32,500
    1937 EL ............................ $31,000
    1940 U ............................ $18,500
    1941 WL .......................... $23,000
    1945 FL .......................... $21,600
    1947 WL ......................... $19,000
    1948 PAN ........................ $19,200
    1948 PAN .......................... $24,000
    1949 PAN .......................... $21,600
    1954 POLICE ..................... $22,500
    1959 PAN ......................... $11,000
    1960 PAN ......................... $8,800
    1965 PAN ......................... $18,000
    1965 PAN .......................... $20,400

    ALL PRICES ARE WITH BUYERS PREMIUM ADDED IN. MOST OF THEM WHERE AT RM AUCTIONS IN HERSEY PA. www.rmauctions.com THEY ALL LOOKED IN THE BALLPARK TO ME , MAKES YA WONDER ABOUT SOME OF THE PRICES ON THE FLEA

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    Re: Auction prices

    Forgot these......1940 indian 10e ....$45,000 1953 indian chief .......$39,000

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    Re: Auction prices

    Some of these look like amazing deals. The 56 pan that sold for 15500 looks like original paint. The 45 knuck was another great deal. I found three Crocker twins and an Ace too.

    Have you ever purchased anything using this sight before.

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    Re: Auction prices

    No i haven't, i just use it to see what things are going for. I'm , auction,yard,and garage sale nut

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    Re: Auction prices

    Forget buyin', if I had a WL I'd let them sell it fo sho.........

    http://www.rmauctions.com/CarDetails...Z09&CarID=r103

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    Re: Auction prices

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Big View Post
    Forget buyin', if I had a WL I'd let them sell it fo sho.........

    http://www.rmauctions.com/CarDetails...Z09&CarID=r103
    the best thing about a professional auctioneer is he can describe a turd back to the elegant meal it was the night before. This fine example of a turd consist of lobster newburg dom perigon and spring greens. The lobster was caught in the cold water off the wealthy cost of maine. The sparkling dom perigon comes from 1925 vintage fashioned by the hands of elderly monks. All this is accompanied by a mix of spring greens from the fields in alaska. the salad mix has a hint of brie cheese that brings everything into one fine brown turd offered before you. with a starting price of $12,000

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    Re: Auction prices

    thats hilarious rob. Best laugh i had all morning.
    Matt Walksler


    '38 Knucklehead -- '39 WLDD
    '41 ULH -- '53 Panhead
    '16 J-model Cutdown (in progress) -- '49 Dual-Carb Panhead (in progress)

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    Re: Auction prices

    I have a hell of a deal on a great thanksgiving dinner availible tommorow morning,only chewed once. You could be only the second chewer. Where do I send it?? Just pay postage. Ahhh, hell, I'll send it pre-paid.
    Last edited by HDpanman; 11-22-2012 at 06:36 PM.

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    I laughed along with Matt...Rob. That was freakin funny. AND TRUE !!

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