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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Big Foot - Dec 30th, 2015 10:50 pm.|
I have decided to sell my case of the above named lures. I have about 30 all tolled, and they are all repainted lures and in mint condition. There are two 1600 in the lot and one 3500. Each lure is uniquely painted, with new hardware, no rustys! I've gathered them over the past 5-6 years. No current picture of the total group, but will happily take new pics for interested buyer(s). I'd prefer to sell as a group. I'd take $20 per lure. I paid $20-$25 each for them. I'm not trying to make a killing just recoup my investment. I think they would really look sharp hanging in someones office. So if you have an interest in them, let me know. If not, heck I can keep them, just want to use the case for something different now.
Thanks in advance for listening. Foots