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Aww, Jeff. Now that's not fair. The set of bolts are just an inducement for the BIN, not a $2500 price tag for the bolts. I have no idea what this triple will ultimately sell for, but there have been a number of BIN offers since the first bid and more watchers than I've ever had on an auction. Whether that translates into anything I don't know, but would it have been better to have a BIN without any incentive? Hey, it only cost a dime to include the BIN price, so does it hurt to throw it in? I can't afford to buy good pieces from David if I can't sell the stuff I'm not keeping. And now that Chuck is going to do the 5-4-5, I need fresh capital. So there's no reason to get on my case. I'm trying to be a value added seller.
: here's an ebay auction for a triple set of
: Heuer dashboard watches. $5,000 to open;
: $7,500 for BuyItNow. Seller confirms that
: for the extra $2,500 on the BuyItNow, he
: will provide four of the original mounting
: With all due respect to the value of these
: original bolts, can someone please direct me
: to the nearest Home Depot?