They were all for sail on ebay less than a month ago and did not sell for close to that. What they are in a nut shell are clear japan open rocs. I can think of better stuf to spend 2 grand on, like an '01 clear zone driven roc and have $500 to spair. Its good to dream. My wife would definitely leave me if I spent eaven close to that on a disc.
Lol! I do like rocs by the way! I just don't see spending 2 grand on a disc no matter what it is. Please tell me what makes one roc more valuable than the next? I can see maybe older rocs being more valuable but one that uses a mold that they use for other rocs that are being produced in other plastics? I don't get it. Even the older ones that go for 100 bucks! Seriously its a chunk of plastic! I love this sport but still don't see what is up with the prices!
Some people like to collect rare things and some dont. The champ rocs are numbered, baged, and sealed. Some disc are hard to get and finding them is what makes it fun. If you have been playing for a while certen discs bring back old times.
This sounds quite ironic coming from someone who tries to charge OUTRAGEOUS prices for discs on Discaroo.com regardless of their worth (or condition). What you say is a "terrible idea" seems to be what you require of someone else to buy/trade with you. Similarly, you'd probably be one of those capitalists who sells an asset only to bet against it.
Enough said. From what I've seen of you on this site and Discaroo, I feel that I need to wish you much luck in life...