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Wow, I knew old CE Rocs were pricey...but this is just crazy.

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Joal Kozma said:
$20 for the piece of toast with menudo's picture on it!!

the most ill spend on a disc is 25 dollars no more than that period its stupid to hang these beauties on a wall they should be thrown
What fool and his money bought it?
Have some stuff he or she could use....
Was at the Worlds that year, next to Jonathan, if I had the $$ I'd have bought them all...
I got a Glo Battle Roc for my anniversary two years ago that was $120. I throw it everytime I play. And on almost every basket. But it flies different than any other Roc on the market. And it was in the plastic sack. The $1400 dollar one was sitting on what looked like a pretty rough textured sidewalk. And it flies like every CE Roc out there. No Thanks.
I love toast...$60

Lotto said:
Joal Kozma said:
$20 for the piece of toast with menudo's picture on it!!

Bid it up! Yee Haw!
I had a super roc worth over $1100.
The sister disc I bought with it at the same time had over $800 worth of aces on it.
Ace payout from handicapps.
So, they can be worth it. Really.
Until they finally crack.....see pic.
Never found discs like this ever again.....but there is hope!
That Super Roc looks like a proto KC Rancho from the backside. Those crack even on warm days. Are you sure it's a Super Roc? I thought those were made in a blended plastic not unlike Star/Champion blend plastic. 8x KC plastic will break if you grip it too hard on a cold day. Peace, nice work on the $1,000 Ace's
Looks like a regular clear champion rancho roc

This is a CE Champion Roc
Couldn't they have thrown in shipping for free? That extra $5.50 is what keeps me from bidding.
i am sure glad i own one of those.only 45-50 were made for the south eastern championships run by the nature boy aka billy crump.
i guess everyone is selling their most prized collectibles now that the economy is collapsing.

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