Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/06/17

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Subject: Re: [Leica] FS: M6 .85 "Classic," *not* TTL/ Why ?
From: "Ken Iisaka" <>
Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2001 21:47:42 -0700
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From: "Pablo Kolodny" <>
> on 17/6/01 9:49 PM, Rob Schneider/Laura Tully at
> wrote:
> > $1850, plus $15 shipping and insurance (U.S.)
> >
> Rob, I would not be willing to bother you but... $ 1,850.- for one of
> used ladies ? Why a fellow should pay to you more than the will to a Leica
> dealer for a later model ?
> Excuses, maybe I'm missing something.

Well, Pablo, if you have to ask...

The high magnification classic M6 was made in a limited quantity (3000 or
so, I hear) ans are considered desirable by some collectors, and some
wishful dealers.  However, who is to criticise if someone wants to pay $1850
for it?  Nobody is forcing you to pay $1850 for one.

In reply to: Message from Pablo Kolodny <> (Re: [Leica] FS: M6 .85 "Classic," *not* TTL/ Why ?)