Confirm Action

Are you sure you wish to do this?

Confirm Cancel
Member Login
Site Notices
1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 10/15/2003 4:39:49 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 4:40:58 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 8:01:13 PM EST
How much for the T55? I want to modify the hatch and use a gun platform for a safe.
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 8:14:11 PM EST
These are the two that particularly bring a tear to my eye:

Assault Machine Guns:



STEYR AUG A1 (223 REM.): 1500 U.S.A. DOLLARS
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 8:31:19 PM EST
Yes, how much is "130,000 Euro" in "U.S.A dollars"?

I want the M47.
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 12:49:15 AM EST

Originally Posted By SUPERSPORT:
Yes, how much is "130,000 Euro" in "U.S.A dollars"?

I want the M47.

I am not sure of the present exchange rate but it is over $100,000 USD.
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 12:58:40 AM EST
Its about $150-160K. The current exchage rate is about 82 Euro cents to the dollar.
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 2:35:59 AM EST

Originally Posted By Stottman:
Its about $150-160K. The current exchage rate is about 82 Euro cents to the dollar.

Spacibo. (Cyrillic comes up as gibberish, excuse the phonetics)
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 3:31:58 AM EST
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 4:05:02 AM EST
Too much for the parts......they probably paid low prices for them, and want to make a buck on us.....

Link Posted: 10/16/2003 4:30:49 AM EST
I can hear the crowds now:

"All hail CampyBob, King of the Buckeyes!"
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 4:45:13 AM EST
I wonder if terrorists are able to purchase these items listed here...id sure hate for some of these aircraft ending up in the wrong hands.

Mi - 24 Attack Helicopter (1 x) 1,000,000 Euro
Mi - 2 Transport Helicopter (1 x) 100,000 Euro
Bell 222 Series (Many) from 800,000 Euro to 1,300,000
Bell 206 Series (Many) from 700,000 Euro to 1,700,000
Bell 412 (1 x) 3,000,000 Euro
Bell 430 (1 x) 5,300,000 Euro
Sikorsky S-76B Luxury Version - send E-Mail for price

Aircraft Transport:
AN-26 Cargo Aircraft (1 x) 1,000,000 Euro
AN-72 Cargo Aircraft (2 x) 2,000,000 or 2,100,000 Euro
Alenea 222 (5 x) Please E-Mail for price
Casa 212 (1 x) Please E-Mail for price
Lockheed C-130E Hercules (2 x) Please E-Mail for price
DC-9 Cargo Version (2 x) Please E-Mail for price
Jet - Training / Fighter
Yak 40 Jet Airplane (1 x) 1,200,000 Euro
US L39 Jet (3 x) From 800,000 to 1,000,000 Euro
L29 (1 x) 400,000 Euro
T-37C 900,000 Euro

Link Posted: 10/16/2003 8:30:52 AM EST
He must be some sort of broker or something. Helping to import from the former East Block to a 3rd country. He cant have the stuff in stock in the Canary Islands. I have been there three times this year all the time in Las Palmas where this guy is. Theres no for sale yard at the airport, or Hind-Ds. One side is the Civilian airport, the other is the Spanish Naval Air station. The Canary Islands would not be the best place to store a bunch of Military vehicles to sell anyways. Its a tiny island chain off the coast of Morocco owned by Spain. Theirs one small international airport, and the main shipping port is not that big.
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 9:04:18 AM EST
Hey Campy, I can help you smuggle that stuff across the border form WV when you go for your take over...They never think anything about us redneck with a thousand tanks in our yards...hehehehe
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 10:27:34 AM EST
I emailed the guy-Basically it looks like everything is black market. Basically half down, rest when you receive it. He says everything ships from the Czech Republic.
Link Posted: 10/16/2003 10:41:02 AM EST
Black Market? Now thats scary!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Where's Interpol????

Link Posted: 10/16/2003 3:50:55 PM EST
Put me down for a T-55, I can feel rush hour on Hwy 70 becoming fun instead of the miserable parking lot it is now.

hmm.. just think if that farmer who parked his tractor in that D.C. pond had the foresight to use some sort of soviet surplus armor...
Link Posted: 10/17/2003 9:41:13 PM EST

Originally Posted By Stottman:
I emailed the guy-Basically it looks like everything is black market. Basically half down, rest when you receive it. He says everything ships from the Czech Republic.

I, too, emailed the guy.

What's the opinion here from KenR or Campybob or anyone?

It's not a huge secret that I want an SVD. Is it possible that these parts/rifles are of Czech manufacture?

Here's my original email to the guy:


DRAGUNOV SVD Mod: PSO 1, (7'62 x 54): 1500 U.S.A. DOLLARS

DRAGUNOV SVD Mod: TIGER, (7'62 x 54): 1200 U.S.A. DOLLARS

Please advise if you are able to legally import these into the United States for sale.

Are you also able to import parts for these rifles?

The reply I got:

Esteemed Mr. [my name removed]:

Esteemed Mr. Bernard [funny, not my name] friend, In this moment I have bussines
with the parts of SVD PSO-1 with some North American distributors, I don't
have problems for export this parts to United Estates.

-----------------------------------------INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONDITIONS OF

Nonacceptance orders below the 1000 U.S.A dollares.

The conditions of sell, for you buy any of my equipment you need
make the order, for make the order you have paid the 50% of the total price
( cost of the equipment that you want + shipping cost), when the transfer is
effective in my courrent acount I call to my employees on my warehouses
in Czech Republic, they prepared their package and they were sent it by a
service of postal mail of name BLUE PACKAGE (in the case of the vehicles,
these you would is transported in trucks from our warehouses to the wharf
but near and embarked to be transferred its destiny), when you receiver
the package and verifies the content, you have make the second and complete
payment (other 50% of the total price).

I can sell activated arms and deactivated arms with deactivated

Hell, if the guy can legally import an SVD for $1500, I'm so totally in. I'll buy two!

Realistically, I'm thinking that this is too good to be true, and potentially one of those "Save our money from the Congo rebels!" scams.

Link Posted: 10/19/2003 9:25:33 PM EST
It's probably legit. International arms dealers are a dime a dozen in europe. Very few laws regulating them as long as they don't sell in Europe. However, it's very doubtful he can legally import anything into the usa. That last email I read seems to indicate that he will get what you want to a ship for export, where you inspect it, ok it, finish paying for it, and become responsible for all further transportation (and import paperwork) So he's just selling stuff, he doesn't care where you'r from, as long as you have money to buy, he'll get it to a dock in his country, and then hand it over to you. Big profit margin, since he doesn't have to worry about laws and import regs.
Top Top