Sediment Bowl; $2498. Complete Original Bowl.
Please include $9.98 Shipping.
Dave Huson, 2116 Charro Ave. Longmont, Co. 80504
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Alittle on the pricey side Dave but I'll take it, checks in the mail, thanks Dave
Good going John...
Once again the "early bird" catches the prize!
Dave, I check the "classifieds" often, sometimes you win and sometimes ya lose. But, the "forum" is soooo interesting to me, I've learned a lot and laughed a whole bunch !!! Some of these guys should give up their day jobs an become comedians !!!
John, I didn't set the price on the sediment bowl. I am selling it for a friend who set the price. Anyway thanks, I will put your name on it.
Newbie question, but what is it used for? and do all t's have them or is it a option
Greg: As far as I know, All Ts had them. Real Early were brass. 26 have a smaller one. Lots of the guys around here go down to NAPA or JOHN DEERE and buy new ones, but they are getting kind of expensive. The last time I checked in John Deere one was $45.00. I put the bowl back on the counter and said "No thanks, I am not going to pay that and walked out.
Dave, I don't think you caught it yet, check the price on the initial ad where the decimal is located. :-) LOL no harm intended.
John, do you really think that $2498.00 is too much?
Heck ya Marv, if he would just dump all that gold outta the bowl then we could get the price down to $24.98 !!! I know Dave always has good parts and reasonable, so I let'r rip on this sediment bowl filled w/gold. Note that my check has the correct placement of the decimal :-)
John, you can't plaim a guy for trying. I didn't know that I did that.
I know !!! just couldn't resist, all in fun Dave.