Has the lockdown impaired people's senses?

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malcymal
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Has the lockdown impaired people's senses?

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Has the lockdown impaired people's senses? Look at the price of this!
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radiochrissie
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Re: Has the lockdown impaired people's senses?

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Crazy, maybe people with holiday money burning a hole in their pockets. !PUZZLED!
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Lockdown madness :dammit: I Would say this is the best time to sell !!CHEERS!!
malcymal
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Re: Has the lockdown impaired people's senses?

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I think it is a good time to sell if you have something you are not keen of. For the more fortunate who have been in lockdown and still being paid, many are sitting on a considerable pot having not spent anything. Ive seen many things other than coinops sell on ebay. way past what they are worth, a ten pound bobble head figure fetching £350 that my nephew sold, crazy. I guess people are thinking they want to buy themselves a treat. Personally i have felt this way too, decided to upgrade my old Vespa scooter gathering dust because I have got the money from not visiting pubs, restaurants and obviously buying things in shops I can live without. I have nothing against an OXO conversion Aristo; ive had two in immaculate condition on 10p that I sold for less than £400 each. I remember playing them in the mid seventies on Boscombe Pier, but this particular one looks very cobbled in its artwork. At least the early Powell's conversions were pretty well put together and used decent graphics.
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