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- March 19, 1987
- Webster, NY
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23 February 2008 - 06:56 PMI recently picked this up from my old man. It's a race car mirror you'd find in a bar.
This is taken from NeonSign.com. You can find the page that I took the picture from by finding "Budweiser Dale Jr Race Car Bar Mirrors". It retails for just under $500. I'll accept pretty much anything in trade. It's an excellent gift for a Dale Jr. fanatic you might know.
What I'd like is:
- HD Televisions
- PS3(I add)
- 360 Games/Accessories(You Add)
- Anything Else
I also have for sale a Red Bull glass door refrigerator. You can get it if you're in the Rochester area, as shipping for it would be astronomical. Price is $150, or equal value in trades.
I'd really prefer cash, but trades are fine, too. Both items are great for any dorm, bedroom, or a mini bar you might want to upgrade/update. Pictures for both(these are ones I found online) can be furnished upon request. Prices are firm.
- HD Televisions
19 January 2008 - 10:11 AMOn the 26th, I'll be playing in the Battle of Stalingrad (go Russians!) in Hubbard, Ohio. Looks like it'll be around 32 Deg. with a small amount of snow. Should I be worried about my DM4 developing any issues in the cold? I know if it gets cold enough that the bolt's orings will swell, but I'm sort've inexperienced with matrixes as a whole. And yes, if the 'Matrix Thread' thread was open, I'd be posting in there.
03 December 2007 - 01:37 PMAlright, here goes. What I have for sale here today is an excellent Dye Reflex Autococker. In 2003, Dye purchased several Bud Orr and machined them down, including all matching Dye front end parts, a matching 12" Boomstick, 45 Swing Frame w/Sticky Grips, Centerline Speed Bolt, and Hyper In-Line Regulator.
Since purchasing this marker, I have gone to great lengths to ensure its reliability and ease of use. A new ram was installed, as the stock ram had worn down over the year I owned it. Also, a new valve was installed, as were the internal springs. The stock bolt featured a "twist and lock" style, rendering any bolt upgrades impossible. After purchasing it, I custom modded the back block to allow any autococker bolt you wish. Also, I put in a CP on/off reg. Other than that, this marker is completely stock. I haven't installed an eblade in it, as the trigger doesn't need it. It's such a light pull that I can keep up with most other markers.
The only downside to this marker is a small air leak in the macroline connecting to the on/off reg. The bolt unfortunately had to have the face milled back to clear the breach...if I didn't, it'd be a paint blender. I haven't seen any downsides to it, however more meticulous owners might want to have a custom bolt milled to the specs of the marker.
When it premiered in 2003, it was sold on average for $800. I originally purchased it for $325, and had $100 of work done on it. I'm asking for $350, either in cash, trades, OBO. More pictures will be coming in 1-3 days.
Sorry for the poor quality pics, they were taken via cell phone. I'm getting better pics done with my neighbor's digital cam tomorrow afternoon.
1. Don't lowball me.
2. Act mature.
3. I'd rather not ship first, but this is my first f/s/t thread, so I'm flexible.
4. I'd much rather have a decent trade for this, as it's my backup gun.
I'm willing to haggle! PM me if you want to deal.