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Old 01-11-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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Does this 46 gallon look like its worth $100?

It's an hour away from me. They said it was drained a week ago.


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If it were black, I'd probably pay $100 for it... as long as the glass wasn't scratched up any.
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If there is a light with it, I would say it's worth the asking price
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I'd probably go for it myself, although I agree that light included would be nice
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If it were black, I'd probably pay $100 for it... as long as the glass wasn't scratched up any.
Same here. Black and I'd probably take it. An hour away? I'd hold off but thats JMO.
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:01 PM   #6
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Yeah, I'm undecided. :-/ I like the bowfronts. But sometimes I see deals on bigger tanks and wonder if I should wait. I missed a deal on a 90 gallon with pretty wooden stand for $100 a couple of weeks ago because I had no help to go get it. At least with the 46 I know I can move it by myself.
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Yeah, I'm undecided. :-/ I like the bowfronts. But sometimes I see deals on bigger tanks and wonder if I should wait. I missed a deal on a 90 gallon with pretty wooden stand for $100 a couple of weeks ago because I had no help to go get it. At least with the 46 I know I can move it by myself.
Are u in a rush? I have a 46 gallon bowfront with stand and beautiful stand with 2 glass doors and center shelves. With light! Wish I could get it to you.

Anyway if no rush and it was me I'd wait and see what else is out there. If the color doesn't bother you then, I dunno. I like dark wood myself. Pine stained black.
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I'm not in a big rush, just ADDICTED! Lol. I wish I could buy your setup, Con. It sounds perfect.
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Are u in a rush? I have a 46 gallon bowfront with stand and beautiful stand with 2 glass doors and center shelves. With light! Wish I could get it to you.

Anyway if no rush and it was me I'd wait and see what else is out there. If the color doesn't bother you then, I dunno. I like dark wood myself. Pine stained black.
Omg. Thats what I want so bad lol. Sounds awesome
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I can't give this tank away for some reason and I have a 28 gallon bowfront with stand too!! Just sitting in storage.

Ran for, no joke maybe.. MAYBE 3 weeks and I upgraded lol.
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