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About gingaio

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  1. That's pretty much why I want them.
  2. gingaio

    WTB: (FOUND)

    Forgot that Yamato had released an 02 and the C.L.A.T. repaint. But probably the 01. Secondary market prices are a bit insane, so it may be difficult to procure one unless Yamato reissues this.
  3. gingaio

    WTB: (FOUND)

    Not looking anymore. Thanks!
  4. All my items are genuine/authentic items purchased from major retailers. All my items come from an adult collector's home and have been stored in a non-smoking, pet-free environment. Shipping will be exact postage based on weight and destination. Buyer will please add 4% PayPal fee (no fee if family/friends payment). Please feel free to message me with questions. I'm on the Straight Shooters list. [EVERYTHING SOLD FOR NOW. THANKS!]
  5. Psst...https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SH712ZH/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  6. I'm just in awe of the people who managed to snag BOTH the 1S and Dairugger. Ballsy move. I only had time to go after one. If this were the Roy 1S, I would have no problems paying the Iron Price for it.
  7. Nah, I appreciate the discussion. To me, BOTH the behavior and results are similar. NY's actively interfering with its own sales to jack up the price, often cutting people off midway through their ordering process to hold back stock, just as scalpers interfere with collector's access to the items by simply snatching them up. Anyway, I'll stop on that topic. Looks like I'll be keeping an eye out for a 1S (and Strike Parts) when I head to Japan later this year. Hopefully, I'll find something in the 25,000 Yen range or less.
  8. How is scalping not part of capitalism or not intrinsically capitalistic in nature? It's not illegal. My point wasn't the semantics of it (so yes, it's not technically scalping), but just that they're essentially similar behavior. NY is intentionally holding back stock to inflate the price, frequently cutting people's orders midway to do so; they're actively interfering, just as scalpers do.
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