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This guy must love Foiles migator calls

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holy sh**!!! you could get 4 new ones for that kinda money

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Wow!!

Must be a call collector.

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Ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! I sold three number SMH's last year for $95-$110 and they were all numbered too. I thought I was doing good at those prices---

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Man way too much for me. I'm guessing the numbers make it worth more, but that much. I don't know what the buyer was thinking.

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Yeah, that's crazy and there must have been at least a couple guys bidding it up there. I bet that seller is smiling all the way to the bank!!!

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wow. what in the world would possess someone to pay that much for a smh? i could see maybe if it was one of the first 25 or so produced, or one that was a part of some historical event like winning the grand champion greatest of all time no arguement winner takes all i am the greatest ever goose calling contest???

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clear guts are a big deal to call collectors, they are the original foiles guts

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Wow that is crazy but it is ebay, who knows what can happen on there, ive also heard of sellers registering another account and bidding up there own items, watch it out there

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I would guess this call has some collector value.

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