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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #40 on: January 03, 2015, 04:39:15 pm »
New guy here Iam currently high bidder just don't know how high I can go.If I do get it it will be well takin care of.I almost pulled the trigger when it was on AS :(.I waited and got a 365 special thats going to be a keeper.

That 365 is pretty awesome as well.
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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #41 on: January 04, 2015, 06:39:57 pm »
There's been 145 viewers of the Tim Allen saw as of this afternoon but only 6 different bidders so far. In my experience with eBay, the winning bidder is often not an early bidder. ie, their winning bid is the only time they show up.
Someone will get this pretty nice saw as I didn't put a reserve on it. At the price it's at now, it would be a great deal just for firewooding. I suspect it will go much higher. I really thought it would get picked up on AS but nothing happened there. Most of the saws I've listed on AS don't sell there. I typically post them up for a few days and then sell them on the Atlanta CL. This saw seemed unique enough I thought I'd give it a go on eBay. I rebuild quite a few saws but mostly Stihl 1127 series and I don't bother posting those online as they're prolific so no need to mail them. I have one or two on CL most of the time in the winter. This Poulan has been sort of a fun experience to stumble into it while on a road trip and then find out it is a desirable collector's item.
Well, how desirable it is will be known about 9 days from now.

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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #42 on: January 04, 2015, 06:46:21 pm »
There's been 145 viewers of the Tim Allen saw as of this afternoon but only 6 different bidders so far. In my experience with eBay, the winning bidder is often not an early bidder. ie, their winning bid is the only time they show up.
Someone will get this pretty nice saw as I didn't put a reserve on it. At the price it's at now, it would be a great deal just for firewooding. I suspect it will go much higher. I really thought it would get picked up on AS but nothing happened there. Most of the saws I've listed on AS don't sell there. I typically post them up for a few days and then sell them on the Atlanta CL. This saw seemed unique enough I thought I'd give it a go on eBay. I rebuild quite a few saws but mostly Stihl 1127 series and I don't bother posting those online as they're prolific so no need to mail them. I have one or two on CL most of the time in the winter. This Poulan has been sort of a fun experience to stumble into it while on a road trip and then find out it is a desirable collector's item.
Well, how desirable it is will be known about 9 days from now.

Dang your the owner of it?  Didnt recognize your username here as compare to there.    You fearthepavement?

That last 10mins of the auction with all those sniper bids set will be intresting IMHO.
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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #44 on: January 04, 2015, 07:35:02 pm »
Yeah, on AS I'm fearofpavement. I don't usually use the same handle on multiple sites. I have no idea what the saw will sell for. Post Christmas a lot of people are strapped for dollars but maybe someone got some cash they need to get rid of. Hard to know. Guess it depends on how badly at least two people want it.

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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #45 on: January 12, 2015, 11:12:34 am »
eBay sale ends today. 40 people are watching it but not that many bidders so far. It's at $147.50 at present.
My Allis Chalmers 75-A saw (S25DA) is ending tomorrow and that's up to $182.50 so far.

I expect the Tim Allen saw to go above $300 and the AC saw to top out in the mid 200's. That's just a guestimate of course and with eBay, one never knows. I've seen stuff sell on there for $200 that I wouldn't have paid more than $35 for. Never can tell. Interesting point on the AC saw is that the high bidder is the person that already purchased the other one from me (I had two). They didn't bid until they received the first one in the mail. Must have liked what they saw. I do try to give very accurate descriptions of my items so someone won't be surprised either way.

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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #46 on: January 12, 2015, 11:22:15 am »
Should we start a poll on what the final bid on the TA 3450 will be? WITHOUT shipping. Just the final saw bid.

Closest wins all expense trip to Hawaii.  NOT!!!!!!!!!!   :D ;)
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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #47 on: January 12, 2015, 12:08:23 pm »
I'll settle for the Bahamas. I'll give my answer this evening...

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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #48 on: January 12, 2015, 02:32:15 pm »
Ill be in the middle of NCAA Championship football by then.



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Re: Tim Allen 3450 Poulan Bad Boy
« Reply #49 on: January 12, 2015, 07:42:37 pm »
Well, I think someone got a great deal. It went for far less than I estimated so no trip to the Bahamas for me. $167.50.

 

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