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Maybe the bidders are into a bidding frenzy ?

Looking at the bid history, the first 6 or so dropped out when the item reach the £50 mark so you can discount them - often the word "rare" in the title seems to make some people think it has a far higher value.

You can never tell with eBay - we once got £35 for a box of "dust bin fodder" (odd wheels, chassis, bodies ect) - it was actually described as such with a picture - the buyer asked us if we had any more !

On the other hand I once bough a nice HO CIWL coach for 1 euro.

Back to the question - I don't know - the only people that really do know are the bidders.
 

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More money than sense?

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Maybe it was Guy Williams bidding. Its not a website for those of a delicate disposition so only click the link if you feel up to it!

http://www.guywilliams.co.uk/

It could definitely not be the one and only Zorro/Lost in Space Guy Williams bidding who surely would have been knighted had he been British. The link below is to a site in a totally different league to the one above!:-

http://www.guywilliams.net/

Happy modelling
Gary
 

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Well it didn't rise anymore so I suppose that someone somewhere is now a happy bunny!

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