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Goofy Blow Mold On Ebay

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He is not really rare, you see him from time to time on ebay. I still do not have on though. I think there are 2 or 3 of him on right now.

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The key to eBay is patience. If the price is too high, wait for the next one, they're not THAT rare. I got mine last year for $75. Snuck in while nobody was looking! :ph34r:

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If a blow mold is hard to find, I'd consider it rare...goofy is hard to find so he's rare to me.

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This is cheap for Goofy, not to mention free shipping I am sure it'll go higher...Goofy easily hits 200 and up on Ebay...I don't understand the shock....

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probably made another ebay account and he was the one person who put the bid in...

Not likely that this is a shill bid. For one thing this isn't a new account with no feedback or very little plus his bid history with this seller only includes the bid for this particular item. He would have to have another person with legitimate account helping him out if he was was trying to throw out a shill bid. That happens but isn't as common as most won't risk their own accounts to help others with that kind of practice..it takes a long time to build good feedback.

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I bought my Goofy two years ago at a garage sale for a whooping $3!!!

Oh, to be able to find garage sales like that around here! Lucky dawg!

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hi

i have 3 of them the first one i got for free and the other two i found at garage sales. i don't i paid more the $10.00 ea. for them. i quess patience pays off :)

gary

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hi i have a goofy this year i bought it from a friend and it was 175.00 and goofy is a rare blow mold and taz and tweety they go for good bucks all i need is a taz now got all the others

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