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Old 01-01-2014, 01:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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VM-68 help.

I'm trying to help my dad sell his old vm's but first we need to find out what they are worth. Can you guys help us?
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Old 01-01-2014, 01:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Very nice piece! I love it. You'll need to find a collector or VM enthusiast to get the most money out of it.
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Any other websites I should try? Or are they usually on here?
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Id start with 200.00 then OBO..
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Nah, I'd up that to $300.00. Look at all the work on this, I don't know who did it, but it's quite a lot, and it's in really nice condition.
There is a "daughter" forum on here called "VM Empire" where the VM enthusiasts hang out, post this there, this needs to be shown off, this is special.
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Ok this one is fairly plain compared to a lot of the vm's he has. And as far as who did it he has built most of the guns himself and also designed the annos. Thanks for the help.
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Ok this one is fairly plain compared to a lot of the vm's he has. And as far as who did it he has built most of the guns himself and also designed the annos. Thanks for the help.
He wouldn't have any pump guns laying around would he?????????
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That's a beautiful VM. Steel lines too! Very nice indeed.
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