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    COWBOYBELLIA How Much would you pay for an Elway RC

    I can get one through trade if you offer me enough money to get it.

  2. Kronozio
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    Bellia? Lol. it all depends on its condition. I would really like to trade for it. My local card shop has a pretty nice one for $45.

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    I wouldnt trade for it because im currently trading to get the card and im giving up good amount of cards. the guy says it has nice corners and good centering.

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    well when you get it lmk, I get paid this Friday, So if the price is fair I will buy.

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    the guy i was getting it from was an , i offered him a good trade and he asked me if i was high and then he knew i wanted it and said he would sell it for money then. I offered him players he had on his list. I dont know he was dumb then he told me to go **** myself so no trade sorry man. He cant understand that offering $80 dollars in mid priced rookies is the same as an 80 card. $80 dollars is $80 dollars no matter what

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    i disagree. not many people want to trade down their high end cards for a bunch of lesser value cards unless it is well in their favor. what would you rather have... 8000 pennies or four $20 bills? $80 is $80, but who wants to lug around a bag full of copper when they can have four nice crisp 20's?

    i also, do not appreciate the language. speaking for myself, that is not something i want to see when i read other trader's posts.

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    that sux the trade fell through but I totally agree with shockers, I want 1 hi dollar card much more than 3 or 4 $20 cards.

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