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What is the value of a Winchester 66 Centennial made in 1966 gold plated never had a shell in it?

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2008-11-18 01:49:03
2008-11-18 01:49:03

According to the Blue Book, the rifle is worth $450 and the carbine $425 in 100% condition. The blue books are a joke, if want to see what the real value is follow the market on the auctions. I wish I could buy winchesters at blue book value

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