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Last week I was watching an auction for 3 Thunder Wagons. They were 3 different black with flames Chevys. Well, I totally forgot about them and I went into "my e-bay" and realized that they were just about to end so I tried to place a bid but time ran up just as I fired a bid. There were no bids and the starting price was around $6.95. Not too bad for 3 cars that I wanted. Only around $5.00 S&H. So I contacted the seller telling him my story and asked if there was a way to offer a 2nd chance offer or something. I got a response saying that they get re-listed if there were no bids on them. I navigate to his newest listed items and there they are now starting at 99¢! I place a bid right then and there. A week later and I win that auction PLUS another for 3 more 57 Chevys that ended at the same time and my grand total with shipping was less than I was willing to pay for the initial 3 a week prior. Under $9.00 total for 6 cars!
Here are the initial 3 I was bidding on.....(all in mint cards)