ALL THE BEES IN THE HIVE - BEE HISTORY

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Re: ALL THE BEES IN THE HIVE - BEE HISTORY

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$450 sounds like a lot
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Bee evolution....1966, Super Bee, SB-67, SB-68
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gaussgunn wrote: Fri May 19, 2017 2:23 pm Heyo! I found orange Super Bee at local forum ( old curvy D*A*M logo, orange color ) I wanted to ask - is 450$ a fair price for it or should wait for another one? :party:
Yeah what is the market value nowadays?
It seems a little exaggerated.
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Man I love that font David used for these that he got from Way Huge. Real fat 70s looking font. LOVE IT. I need to get a bunch of those old fonts I guess and another Bee. I have one on the 1966 and a small green one that looks a bit like the one in the lower right hand side of the above pic. Great pedals
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