Good looking Acro

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This Acro is sitting at $98 at the time of this posting, and I reckon in 11hrs it'll be a good buy still. Keystone with only a few dings here and there. It's more dirty than anything else.

http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-68-CLASSIC-BRUSH-ALUMINUM-6-LUDWIG-SNARE-DRUM_W0QQitemZ270466091758QQcmdZViewItemQQptZVintgae_Drums_Percussion?hash=item3ef9090aee#ht_1163wt_1167
 

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After seeing what it is...feel much better 'cuz my '69 Acro is in better shape and got it for about that amount but with shipping included--yippee! :-D Still is a good deal; someone here should grab it!...

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It will not end at $200. If it does the buyer paid too much. If it was mint, maybe, but it's not in great shape.

I'm guessing $125 - $140.
 

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It will not end at $200. If it does the buyer paid too much. If it was mint, maybe, but it's not in great shape.

I'm guessing $125 - $140.

Good call. There was a minty '67 on craigslist here for $90 recently...I still regret not buying it :rolleyes:
 

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It will not end at $200. If it does the buyer paid too much. If it was mint, maybe, but it's not in great shape.

I'm guessing $125 - $140.
sold for 136...you nailed it! :icon_smile:


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This Acro is sitting at $98 at the time of this posting, and I reckon in 11hrs it'll be a good buy still. Keystone with only a few dings here and there. It's more dirty than anything else.

http://cgi.ebay.com/...#ht_1163wt_1167
Damn SIN I tell ya!!

I simply WON'T pay that kinda money for an ACROLITE!!!

These were the drums that you could get ALL DAY LONG for $25 bucks American, and there were SOOOO many of them for sale used in music stores you would TRIP over them while browsing!!! . . . how did they get so EXPENSIVE?????

Fortunately, I bought MINE back in the day and it was CHEAP!!!
 

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Hmmm. I guess I thought Acros were alot more popular than that?

I did buy an Acro for $40 in a pawn shop in DC this past summer. But it was B/O badge.
 

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Hmmm. I guess I thought Acros were alot more popular than that?

I did buy an Acro for $40 in a pawn shop in DC this past summer. But it was B/O badge.

With an Acro, you'd be hard pressed to find one that DOESN'T sound awesome. No matter what vintage!! The KS badge ones have a great LOOK though. Of all the ones I had, (had MANY) I kept the KS badge one.
 

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Ebay is awfully funny, I sold an 80's Acro for $115 awhile ago, granted I cleaned it up real nice and had good pics, etc. Here she is/was:

ebay'd acro

JayT, which pawn shop did you get it at? I saw a blacro at one for over $200!!!
 

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