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I saw this a few days ago, it had a buy it now price of 149.00, I think. Shill bidding is hard to prove, you need to know the history of the supected shiller and the seller and if there's a pattern. It's not unusual for people to become emotionally attached to an item and pay way more then it's worth. I just sold a set of vintage potentiometers for more then twice what I normally get for them, so it does happen, and is a pleasent suprise for the seller :D

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I had someone named "stinky powder ma" pop up in a few auctions in the past, drive the price up in the last hour, and disappear. They did not seem to really want the item, but that is speculation on my part. I always felt it was a little fishy.


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