Japanese Vintages

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  1. Yigal

    Yigal Dutch Meeting camera man

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    Hi,

    I have a Japanese Ramhorn MOSC on a straight card C9 €65 + shipping
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    And a 100% complete Japanese Soundwave + Frenzy MIB box C7; bots C9 €140 + shipping
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    If you want them both it's €200

    I live in Holland so that explains why i use Euros and not Dollars. I have Paypal.
     
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    cobra zartan Think's He's a Detective.

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  3. Yigal

    Yigal Dutch Meeting camera man

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    Disclaimer: this is not an attack. How do you make a distinction between C8.5 and C9. I've always found C-values to be fuzzy in the first place.
     
  5. The Rage

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    C values really refer to the package itself, not really the figure.
     
  6. Yigal

    Yigal Dutch Meeting camera man

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    C10 = MISB
    C9,5 = Never Transformed
    C9 = Has been transformed once or twice
    C8,5 = Looks very nice
    C8 = Pretty good
    C7 = Nice but Floppy
    C6 = Little Yellowing, and wear
    C5 = Lots of wear
    C4 = Junker
    C3 = Trash
    C2 = A Transformer out of the Blender
    C1 = Lost cause
     
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    Hi Q I don't want a user title

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    Fuzzy is stays then. I've seen them used in ways that don't fit those descriptions. I guess I'll just keep on ignoring C values. ;) 
     

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