Bidding was slamming up at a $200 clip. Some snipers are ticked off right now. HA, this is what eBay is all about. The last 30 seconds of the auction went from $400 to $785 but the reserve was still on. You can click here and try reaching the seller. It may just have been not enough bidders to drive the price up to the reserve. Dang! Fun entertainment on a sunday afternoon. And if you were one of the bidders. Click here for your special gift.

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3 Responses to “Chris-Craft Weather Vane Does Not Sell. That Was Fun To Watch.”
  1. Rick

    No Matt watching people bid remotely from their computers is interesting. Fun entertainment for the afternoon would be recreating the photo shoot of the 3 atrractive women sitting naked on the boat. Ok it was for a great cause but it that still must have been one hell of a fun afternoon! OK TAKE 752! OOPS , forgot the lens cap on we’ll have to start again.
    Weather vanes?

  2. Al Benton

    I didn’t follow this story, spent the afternoon visiting with the twin granddaughters instead. How exciting could a weather vane be to bid that much for? Was it for a worthy cause? I guess I don’t get it. All I can say is congrats to the person who bid $785.00 and didn’t get it and now doesn’t need to worry about how it was going to be shipped in one piece and how that person was going to risk their life to mount it on a steep roof.

    Give some of those bucks to “Woodys for Boobies”. Hey, it may save your life, and some others too.

  3. Chris Finks

    I was the guy that bid it up. Actually I think my maximum automatic bid was $825 or $850. It is a cool piece to own, but my wife was wondering what in the heck I was going to do with it and I must admit, the neighborhood might not have appreciated a weather vane on our house. And yes, I did think it would have been hard to ship. But still…