golpher Posted December 30, 2008 Share Posted December 30, 2008 I picked up 12 Seaga triplevends last night and will be picking up 8 more this evening. 16 of them are in great condition and 2 are for parts, grand total for all 20 is $320.00. That comes out to $16 a machine (if you count the 2 for parts), I read some mixed reviews in the equipment review section but @ 16 per it seemed like a great deal. The machines seem like good machines, not great machines but good. The metal body was thinner steel than I anticipated. I actually thought they were plastic when I first touched them. The guy selling them to me had a route a long time ago. When he lost a location he never bothered to re-locate machines. After a while he had all 20 sitting in his garage. I guess this goes to show that we always need to be locating, whether it be new machines or old ones that lost their homes. He was a nice guy and knew he was giving me a good deal, he just wanted them out of his garage. Now comes the fun part; get them all on location. I know I was bashing locators before but I might use a locator for 5 or 10 machines. I really don't want 20 triples sitting in my dining room for too long. I will keep the board posted on how the machines hold up. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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