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Old 02/11/19, 11:38 AM   #16
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FWIW, I feel rean1mator got a fair price for the bronco. If Maxlider has the time, energy and place to get an extra $10-20k from it, then so be it. Honestly, perhaps they'll get another $10k from a major auction, but I don't see much profit in it considering shipping costs, employee costs, auction house costs, etc...

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Old 02/11/19, 12:09 PM   #17
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Here is the instagram post from Maxlider as wells as photos from BAT auction

Looks the same to me....
Yep! Iím wrong!
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Old 02/21/19, 08:18 PM   #18
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Yep! Iím wrong!
You were right. That 1st picture they posted on instagram was not the same bronco. That picture was of my old bronco (a picture that I took and they borrowed without my permission).
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Old 02/21/19, 08:40 PM   #19
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You were right. That 1st picture they posted on instagram was not the same bronco. That picture was of my old bronco (a picture that I took and they borrowed without my permission).
They do that, stole a few of my pictures too.
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Old 02/21/19, 09:56 PM   #20
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They do that, stole a few of my pictures too.
What the heck...that's not cool.
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Old 02/21/19, 11:54 PM   #21
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They do it because they know they can get away with it and no one will pursue them about it. It's not worth it financially to go after them. I have professional photographer friends who deal with the theft/unauthorized use of their images all the time - it's one reason I don't and won't do business with Rugged Radios.

It would only take one person with the financial and legal means to pursue them, regardless of the cost, to maybe make them think of changing their ways.

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Old 02/22/19, 07:58 AM   #22
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They do it because they know they can get away with it and no one will pursue them about it. It's not worth it financially to go after them. I have professional photographer friends who deal with the theft/unauthorized use of their images all the time - it's one reason I don't and won't do business with Rugged Radios.

It would only take one person with the financial and legal means to pursue them, regardless of the cost, to maybe make them think of changing their ways.

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Yep, it's rampant. Just like the guy people voted....... oops not supposed to go there
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Old 03/02/19, 11:25 AM   #23
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It's not dented, it's just been environmentally streamlined!

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I saw someone asked about the push bar -it's so tough to know the exact lineage of those things as so many companies sold them in the '70s but since you said it came with a Hickey Sidewinder, it's probably a Hickey push bar. Someone mentioned Warn and Westin - to the best of my knowledge, Warn was only selling winch bumpers for Broncos in the 70s and I don't think Westin even existed yet.

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I'm not sure if Hickey had more than one type of pushbar but it isn't like mine.
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