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"And what will these re-issues do to the value of my original stuff?"

Your natural first reaction may be that it will decrease the values of the originals. I believe this will be completely false and backwards. In fact, values of high-quality or NOS originals are likely to INCREASE, based on increased demand through an enlarging population of collectors entering the sport, which is directly based on the availability of lower-cost re-issues. As a certain percentage of those new collectors mature, they will eventually want to collect vintage originals, and the larger base of collectors will support increased values. This equation is common to the fields of vintage guitar collecting and vintage muscle car collecting, just to name a couple examples.
-JDB, 2008

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DIG MAG - issue 44 - january february 2005 - darren meenan interview
2009 Sputnic Regulator - Rickey Bates Signature
Motomike Frame
Banned stash cap - H24
Profile Widowmaker sprocket
NOS Black Animal Edwin grips
will trade my RHD twombolts for your LHD


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