How about this for a prop sale?

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Jedirick

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Article says he became $70,000 richer. If he got $60,000 and had to have paid something reasonable for it in the first place how does that add up to $70k?
 

corranhornjje

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Like Jedirick said, the numbers are a bit off, but I applaud the kid for making a good investment, even if it wasn't planned that way.
 

JHVanOphem

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Don't forget exchange rate. It sold in US dollars, and the article (and the guy who sold the truck) is in Canada.
 

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adamata

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I can only imagine if he advertised it better how much more he would have gotten.

Put it in the "movie props" section. ;)
 

SaberFreak

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Is it stated anywhere how much the kid paid for it?

Slightly off topic but just curious, how much does this model of truck go for normally?
 

NEKROFANATIC

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In Cdn dollars its $70,033. He paid under $10,000 cdn for it. I believe it was in the range of $5-6000. Thus his education fund just got taken care of...
 

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