Old 03-05-20, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
I'd start with a relatively high buy it now price on Ebay. If it doesn't sell in 30 days, start adjusting the price.
True, if you do not ask, you won't get.
But, there have been frames and bikes priced too high and it kind of works like a property priced too high, the discounting begins and the initial greed turns into a rout.
There was a Masi GC that was too high on the 'bay, had to drop $500. before someone probably bought it.
I say probably as ebay cannot be trusted now with completed transaction reports.
I won an auction, paid, the seller, "changed his mind" the deal got unwound, but the auction still shows my bid as the winning and the transaction as done.
Reality? somewhat different.

That all written, a terrible time to achieve good value on a bike or frame.
People feel less rich, their equity mutual funds are not happy.
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