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    Default Selling new N5a New yorker MED.

    I am selling a brand new never been used N5a New yorker. Made this year i have the box paper work and everything. I even had it sent to capital city fire helmets to install old style brass on it. I removed the ratchet and it doesn't fit i need a Large stupid me. I still have the ratchet and the orignal eagle that came with it but the new one is rivited on it. I would like to get $630.00 and I'll pay the shipping. Let me know if interested thought I would offer it to you guys before I put it on EBAY. Thanks Jeff.

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    Will post pics tomorrow or send direct to you if you would like.

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    Any one want pics or should I put it up on EBAY?

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    They are only $580 new in the box. Good luck with that...
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    yes it is brand new in the box then i spent 80$ to have and old school cairns eagle put on which is 660$ I would like $630 and I'll ship take care of the shipping. So you'll save some money.

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    Ok so let me get this straight.

    You paid full price for a brand new helmet with upgraded features. You then sent the helmet off to get the upgraded features taken off and paid to have the downgraded feature installed. You essentially spent $40 more for the carved eagle when the helmet was new, and then another $80 to have it removed and replaced with the classic style holder. You have $710 invested in a helmet that should have cost you $560.

    So, to you, $630 shipped is a steal. To the guy who just wants a helmet, it is $70 more than he can get the same thing new from a vendor for. Like I said, good luck with that.
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    I didn't get a carved eagle when it was new I got the standard silk screened eagle that comes with it standard. Then I spent 80$ to have the classic holder put on it B/C I liked the look and don't like the standard eagles. It doesn't have to be 630.00 I will take offers. If someone wantes a helmet and and wants classic style holder it is a steal. If you don't want it then don't worry about it. But Like i said it is new in the box with all the paper work. Never been used just had the eagle switched over.

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    FYI....brand new in box on EBay.....$489

    sorry to burst your bubble

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    http://www.thefirestore.com/store/ca...5a_new_yorker/


    $556.00 for a new one in the box and i payed 80 to have the old cairns brass put on. And I'll pay shipping. I will take less then 630.00 I was just wanting that.

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    I had Ashley at Capital City refurb and install the retro brass finial on my '86 N5A and '10 N6A

    Sure beats that big-***** brass boat rudder that MSA installs on them..

    550 plus or minus for helmet from vendor.. Capital City does that retro brass conversion for 60 bucks. Then shipping back and forth to Capital City Fire Helmets.

    You will be into it for more than what he wants for it. From a happy owner of two Capital City conversion leathers, it is WELL worth it. Even more so with the custom lowered suspension that Ashley can do along with his refurb skills.

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