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Old 03-18-2013, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking HSW Bonasi Green/Tequlia Sunrise Shocker Price Check

Just trying to get a few prices on some of my more rare wall hangers any input from you memebes would be greatly appeciated




Here is a true beauty guys, Bonsai Green Splash shocker that spent some at the HSW shop. Shocker John installed rocker power swith...Matching Eclipse milled bolt and fire piston housing ( one of the few that came with Eclipse shockers, just happen to have a set) Werm V1 bolt tip, HSW super S frame, HSW hyper air foregrip, HSW stud kit, Smart Parts wood grips, Glacier AT board wired direct to the HSW daughter board with green led added to the front of the tray. Gloss green tipped all American barrel

And another rare shocker Here is a lnib tequila sunrise eclipse shocker with HSW s frame it truely is mint in every way


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I sold a Sunrise with matching frame for $160 two years ago if that helps.
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I hope this one would bring a bit more than that considering its mint and has a mint HSW frame with it Thanks for the input Jebus
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Mint condition is an expression used in the description of pre-owned goods. Originally, the phrase comes from the way collectors describe the condition of coins. As the name given to a coin factory is a "mint", then mint condition is the condition a coin is in when it leaves the mint.[1] Over time, the term "mint" began to be used to describe many different items having excellent, like-new quality.
"mint" would be as it left the factory, not modified. Do you still have the factory frame for it? To the topic at hand, I did see a kid at a field with one of the faded eclipses about 6 years ago that picked his up for $100 but I think the owner just wanted rid of it. A shame really, it was in great condition the first time I saw it and had tool marks all over a few months later. Honestly, I'd ask $200 and see what happens.
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Shoeboxes are in the dumps...

The banzai will fetch $175-$200 if you are patient.

The fade will get $175 max. They just aren't as coveted anymore. If you had the original frame, sell it with that and sell the HSW separately.
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