Sarah Palin Xbox: The Replica

Bummed that the auction for a Sarah Palin-autographed Xbox has been taken down from eBay after a bid was submitted for the $1.1 million asking price? Now you can own the replica: an eBay user is selling another Xbox, with a fake autograph, for $1,100. The replica "has been painstakingly recrafted using:
    * Detailed photographs of the original signed Xbox 360
    * Imagery of Palin's signature on the infamous "helicopter-wolf-hunting" bill from 2003," according to the seller.

UPDATE: The original auction is back on! According to eBay, it was taken down by mistake (and had nothing to do with the anonymous bid placed at $1.1 million). Hope returns for anyone interested in bidding. Effects on the market value of a replica have yet to be determined.

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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