I guess my offer of $2500 didn't get to Bill.
Since when does a quad need to be at 85 feet? If his LP was happy at 70'
plus, I got to believe that the quad would work at that height too. What
Bill refuses to believe is that a 10+ year old crank-up tower is not worth
$4500 or more. Must be the bidding didn't go well. I've bought 3 in the
last 10 years and $1800 is the most I've paid for any of them. And that
included the tilt over fixture and the motorized paraphernalia(come to think
of it, I don't think I've ever seen a LM470 without being motorized), but
I've never seen a LM70 either.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Winkis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Lee Armitage" <LEE@GJ.NET>
Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2007 1:06 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] TriEx LM70 - Offer????
> Lee, my friend,
> Right now its Amateurs being Amateurs.......
> The trend of thinking goes something like....
> 1.- He is moving and does not want the tower, but has to get it off the
> property in order to sell the property....
> 2.- The tower is in an estate liquidation.....
> 3.- He's in a divorce and the court will make him take the first offer and
> give it away.
> True is, I don't need to sell it its just too short at 70 feet for my
> use...I need 85 feet, ( that is where my new 4 element Quad says it wants
> right now I have towers at 145'...104' and my test tower a hazer at 68' .
> I would like to sell it and put up another 100"+, crank-up.
> So no one will make a decent offer in hopes that the seller gets
> and say take it...take it ... its free.....just get it off my
> If you bought the tower today your going to lay out 11K plus........I
> been offered $500.00 to $1800.00 for it...!!!!
> Isn't that something.....I may just keep it and put a notice on the web
> it is sold..for $7000, just to tick-off a bunch of greedy amateurs...!!!
> "Good Will" will take the donation
> and give me a right off ticket for 5K.....
> So more than one way to skin the cat!!!!
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