What I don't understand is why so damn expensive?Some people think just because they have a particular model laying in their back shed,totally forgotten,that it must be "rare" & obviously worth a ton of money.It can be missing a half dozen parts & run over by a bulldozer,& last ran 45 yrs.ago,but because they have it it's worth it's weight in gold.If it's so rare & valuable maybe they should take it to the Smithsonian?
It does seem expensive but I just read an article about hot wheels collectors. Rare examples of the old "red lines" can bring thousands of dollars. A very rare prototype 1969 was purchased for $70,000. Maybe $800 for that saw isn't so bad? 🤔