T-X - Volume I

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  1. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Steve,the review king... :top: :king:
     
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  2. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    phil the sixth wrote 30 minutes earlier »
    Steve,the review king... :top: :king:

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    thanks phil :blush:
     
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  3. Lars Keymaster Staff Member

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    [size=1,5]-Courtesy of Asaka[/size]
     
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  4. kisspidde Chatty

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    :angry: thanks for the pics,i dont buy this CM.................this CM
     
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  5. Enzucho Opionated

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    There is one up for auction on the bay right now, just went up , I am seriously debating it, depending on how high it gets, I will be bidding, I never really wanted the tx ot the t800, but the more limited they become and the more I see them in pics the more I want one.
     
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  6. Lars Keymaster Staff Member

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    That scratch at the front base looks pretty nasty and the statue appears dusty (though that might be the pics/flash). Since he's limiting himself to US only you might be in luck as far as price goes.
     
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  7. Enzucho Opionated

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    I questioned aboutn the scratch and he said that it was mostly glue residue and a very small scratch. he said it looks much much worse in the pics then in real time, for the right price I will consider it
     
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  8. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Good luck,Enz! :luck:
     
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  9. Lars Keymaster Staff Member

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    W-O-W, I suppose you didn't bid him up on THAT auction Enz, did you?! And it was damaged as well with US shipping only! :headbash:
     
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  10. Enzucho Opionated

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    I did actually bid on it, but stopped @ 1500 damn I cant believe it went that high, I guess I will not be adding this to my collection any time soon, Well it shows the potential of these extremely limited pieces, supply and demand
     
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    Remember that T-X that was listed on ebay UK and bought by Raider from the SSF forum?
    Well, looks like he is selling up his entire CM collection.
    You can see here.
    He is asking for offers around £1600 for his T-X,
     
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  12. Enzucho Opionated

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    Man very pricey, I feel I will never own a tx
     
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  13. Enzucho Opionated

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    There is a tx up on ebay right now $2500 but it now, I inquired about actual pics since he had it "on display for a short time" and haven't got a response
    eBay
     
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    Enzucho wrote 21 hours earlier »
    There is a tx up on ebay right now $2500 but it now, I inquired about actual pics since he had it "on display for a short time" and haven't got a response
    eBay

    Looks incredibly fishy Enz.
    If the seller has 'real' photos, why not put them up? Especially since the asking price is so high. If I was selling this I would just take the five minutes out to put the pics up - otherwise I'd find myself constantly emailing them to people.
    I'd be interested to know how this pans out. Keep us updated.
     
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  15. Enzucho Opionated

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    Will, I would not even think about bidding unless I got pics, his loss
     
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    Enzucho wrote 12 minutes earlier »
    Will, I would not even think about bidding unless I got pics, his loss

    Enz, share what you can here when he sends them over - edition number and pictures are always good to know/see.
     
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  17. Enzucho Opionated

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    He hasnt responded yet and I have emailed him 3 times in 2 days, so I guess he is not interested in selling it
     
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  18. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    I just noted from a comment on the blog entry for the T-X review that Greg's T-X is numbered 007.
    Not wishing to state the bleedin' obvious but that is low!
    Greg do you have any more
     
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    Wow that is the lowest I have heard of from any CM so far, and I thoughtn mine were pretty low I think the lowest I have os in the teens, 19 i think
     
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    rrjrstatueman wrote 13 minutes earlier »
    TX # 241

    Wow Raf, quite a high numbered T-X. Another member here has 244. At one point we all thought that less than 150 were made.
     
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