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WHAT THE F! Greenie Horder!

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15 grand.......fak that noise.....

 

I offered 69 Dollars......declined........

 

One of my friends has 2200 penn reels.......the most insane reel collection I've ever seen....Also has the largest privately owned outboard motor collection....including the second outboard ever made from what I was told.  (i think it was from 1889)

 

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29 mins ago, scoobydoo said:

15 grand.......fak that noise.....

 

I offered 69 Dollars......declined........

 

One of my friends has 2200 penn reels.......the most insane reel collection I've ever seen....Also has the largest privately owned outboard motor collection....including the second outboard ever made from what I was told.  (i think it was from 1889)

 

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Scooby, I saw your post on IG and it blew my mind. That's crazy.

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I messaged him to ask how many he has...lol...he knows He is overpriced.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, The Riddler said:

I messaged him to ask how many he has...lol...he knows He is overpriced.

 

 

 

 

 

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Did the zero key get stuck when he typed in the price. WTF!

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People have 50 year old reels and think they are valuable. But the first American made reels were made by gunsmiths and jewelers starting about 1810. Before that, single action reels were imported to America from England. Penns aren't very old in the scheme of things and not worth a whole lot. Collectable. Yes.

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