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I remember why I don't like selling stuff on CL

Old 01-25-17, 04:18 PM
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I'm going to buy some rollers after work tonight from a young woman who's selling them for her dad who's failing health has prevented him from riding for the last three years (at least that's her story). We're meeting in a restaurant parking lot in Logan Square which is an urban Chicago hipster neighborhood. Wish me luck!
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Have had good luck with CL. In fact, just got a '92 Paramount PDG 7 from a guy about an hour away. Talked to him about it on the phone, but when I got there he definitely had over-sold the $225 bike on the phone. One STI shifter not working, seatpost stuck all the way down, $5 pedals, dirt everywhere. After a quick look I began to walk away without offering him anything. He stopped me and asked if I wanted it for free.

After a day's clean-up and $150 in parts, I now have a nice old steel bike that rides great.
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I'll usually put my phone number in the contact with a note to text or email. Serious buyers always end up texting.
We can also list bikes on our co ops Facebook page.
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Originally Posted by kingston
I'm going to buy some rollers after work tonight from a young woman who's selling them for her dad who's failing health has prevented him from riding for the last three years (at least that's her story). We're meeting in a restaurant parking lot in Logan Square which is an urban Chicago hipster neighborhood. Wish me luck!
awww sad. once bought a camcorder from a young lady in a parking lot. as I was trying to talk her down a few bucks for some condition issues, she mentioned it was her Dad's & that it worked perfectly. remembering why I was buying it, so I could video tape my own kids, I just paid her the asking price & thanked her for meeting me. sometimes an emotional attachment is worth respect & a few extra bucks. remember it's theirs, not yours
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I have actually had great experiences with Cl sellers. I bought a frame from a guy and asked him some questions. We ended sharing the same bike obsession and are actually really good friends now. We swapped parts, bought parts, did favors, and even drank some beer together. We also went on a few rides. We keep in touch frequently.

I also drove about an hour to hand pick through a guys parts bin purge. He was a Medical person and had a TON of stuff. He hooked me up on a lot of parts. Was a really nice man and showed me his collection.
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6
awww sad. once bought a camcorder from a young lady in a parking lot. as I was trying to talk her down a few bucks for some condition issues, she mentioned it was her Dad's & that it worked perfectly. remembering why I was buying it, so I could video tape my own kids, I just paid her the asking price & thanked her for meeting me. sometimes an emotional attachment is worth respect & a few extra bucks. remember it's theirs, not yours
Awwww...that's nice. Something we all should remember. I'd rather pay the few extra bucks and get something that actually meant something to someone, than to just be getting a similar item which would always be looked upon as "someone else's unwanted junk".

Actually, your post was one of the nicest sentiments I've ever seen expressed on here. Sentimental value is more precious than gold.
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Originally Posted by Stucky
your post was one of the nicest sentiments I've ever seen expressed on here
thanks for taking the time to reach out. it means something to me
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I offered her fifty dollars less than her asking price, and she took it. I don't think millennials get too emotionally attached to their dad's old bike stuff. My millenial kids have told me many times that they think bikes are stupid. Now I have two sets of rollers that they'll have to sell someday.
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Originally Posted by kingston
My millenial kids have told me many times that they think bikes are stupid. Now I have two sets of rollers that they'll have to sell someday.
one time talking about nature hikes, my daughter asked: "what's the point?" meanwhile, my Dad keeps mailing both kids expensive hiking socks. don't even want to talk about his stuff I'm gonna get stuck with
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Originally Posted by kingston
My millenial kids have told me many times that they think bikes are stupid. Now I have two sets of rollers that they'll have to sell someday.
LOL! Thank God my millenial doesn't think like that but then again her bike is just gathering dust.
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6
thanks for taking the time to reach out. it means something to me
Now let's have a good cry and sing Kumbaya.
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I just unloaded a Marshall speaker cabinet (4 x 12 if you care) on CL. Asked $250 and it was gone in a blink with a lot of others wanting it.

Oops. Coulda got a lot more.
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Just had a guy come look and test ride a bike. (Bike in question-fully lubed with new consumables) He cross chains it (jams it up) proceeds to tell me how much work it needs. He then offers me 200 of the FIRM LISTING PRICE of 300. Heck I felt I listed fairly. Said he has built 100's of bikes and has driven 3 hrs to see it. Wished him luck in his quest while I was unjamming the wheel. Guess I should add a few links/but I don't ride in the big/big combo. Just glad he didnt wreck it I suppose.
My first less than stellar experience with cl buyers.
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> Just glad he didnt wreck it I suppose.

That happened to me BITD (mid-80s). I was selling my '67 911S, as it was kind of impractical for a family with two young kids. The guy test driving it missed third and jammed it into first gear (I think). I may have the gears wrong, but whatever mistake he made, the transmission wasn't at all happy at the abuse.
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Originally Posted by kingston
I offered her fifty dollars less than her asking price, and she took it. I don't think millennials get too emotionally attached to their dad's old bike stuff. My millenial kids have told me many times that they think bikes are stupid. Now I have two sets of rollers that they'll have to sell someday.

Don't worry -- thats not all millenial kids. In the last year I've helped two friends freshen up their dad's old boom era bikes into city-cruisers. Including one setup with a bike trailer for his own kid. And lets not talk about the 7 or 9 bikes in my garage instead of a car.

CL isn't as clean and easy as BF or other more in-the-know groups. But sometimes that works out for the best. Last month I exchanged pictures and stories with an older fellow who sold me his Trek 620 for a measly $125 (list) 5 years ago. I've toured ~3000mi on the bike, and road/commuted another 5-7k over that time. He was very excited on his decision to sell to me versus higher offers than his list price.
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He may have been wrong in saying the bike needed a ton of work, but he was right it's a good idea to prevent that from happening with any rider.
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Here's a recent amusing one: I picked up a Cannondale CAD3 Saeco a couple years ago for a very low price (the original owner ran his own software company and had gotten a new bike, so he just wasn't worried about getting top dollar). I've ridden it a bit and confirmed that it was too large for me, so eventually I decided to sell it. I listed it to make a small profit, but at a price that was still very reasonable considering the paint was near flawless and the mechanical stuff worked great: I asked a whopping $150. Got several emails and texts pretty quickly but my favorite was an email. The full text of the email was this:

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Bought and sold tons on Craigslist, almost all sales done at my house. I just do my best to have them come during the day, but I've really never had an issue with selling. Some people being rude, or telling me how the bikes not worth half of what I'm asking.

My only sketchy experiences have come on the buying end. One the gent was selling a upper end Giant mountain bike in Cambridge. When I get there I notice it's not the best part of town. Call up, no answer, text to say I'm there and a pick up truck comes flying down the street backwards slams the brakes on in front of the house. Person on the porch sitting on the stairs looking back and forth on the phone. Finally the seller calls back and says hey walk down the alley and around back the bikes in the basement. That was enough for me.

Another, pull up to the house, coveted in vines and overgrowth. Had talked to the seller on the phone who seemed like an extremely pleasant woman. Call to tell her I'm there and she says oh my roommate is home, knock on the metal door..... I really didn't want to, but did, my dad standing back by the car. Girl opens the door and not a single light was on, looked like what used to be some sort of preschool but now looked like it belongs in a horror movie. Kids name tags still there but falling off the wall. Says the bikes down the hall and to go get it, I say no thanks could you please bring it out. Got a CrissCross with upgraded Mavic wheels for 15 bucks but damn was that uncomfortable.

As for the millennials, I'm one of them and love old bikes!
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There are some sections of nearby towns I just won't visit. Not too smart in my opinion for the seller (and his friends?) to know in advance a guy is showing up with cash, sometimes a lot of cash in a high crime/drug infested area. Nor will I go to buy (or sell) after dark in most areas.

Also, I won't visit the seller's location unless I can speak with them by phone first. I can get a lot more info about the bike and the seller in a conversation than by the internet.

Same goes if I am selling...no phone number no sale....and I won't divulge my location without one and the buyer says his is leaving now to see the bike.

Plus I have a concealed weapon on my person (I have a concealed carry permit) for either home or away transactions. Hope to never have to use it but as a poster here mentioned previously, I hope never hope to use my tire patch kit, first aid kit, or the spare tire in my vehicle.

Fact is I would never use it to protect money or bike and would give up either before using the weapon. I have it only to protect my personal safety.
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Originally Posted by noglider
He may have been wrong in saying the bike needed a ton of work, but he was right it's a good idea to prevent that from happening with any rider.

I did change the fw (from an old regina 26/remove the axil kind to get it off/ to a regina extra) but thought the crane rdr could handle 2 more teeth (28). My bad for sure there. I don't use big/big. But a longer chain is not a ton of work. Yes the customer is right. Is what it is, I'm over it.
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I've had relatively pleasant experiences buying/selling on craigslist. I sell from my house. I'm never too worried about people trying to steal the bike because I'm relatively confident that I'd be able to chase them down if they tried to ride away. Plus Montana is a castle doctrine state so I'm never worried for my safety.

The only bad experience I've had is when selling a bike rack (hitch rack) on craigslist. I had it listed for $100, which was $150 less than the nearest equivalent on craigslist. A guy calls me, arranges to meet in the middle of the day (which required me to ride home at lunch) looks at it, says it looks nice, then promptly offered me $50 (half the original price.) When I said no, he said "OK" and walked away. No counteroffer, no other words. Why the hell waste my time? Thought it was pretty stupid. Ended up selling it for $85 to another guy who was interested.
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I've had only pretty good dealings on CL.

I've been amazed that some people let an absolute stranger into their house with their kids de and stuff and stuff.... I'm just not that trusting; but it's cool when people are. My brother in law used to take me along with him on CL deals (probably as intimidating "muscle" cuz I'm so huge and burly). One guy's place was a vintage audio and electronics playground heaven. It was a big house that was packed to the ceilings with speakers and stereos and sewing machines and so many electric devices, anything that money can buy...

Only drag I can think of was I was selling my snow wheels for my old car. One season of use on Blizzaks. I agreed to a lower price because the guy seemed cool and said he just didn't have the money. Showed up to my house- loads up the wheels and starts flipping through a stack of 100s. Didn't have the money, my ass... it wasn't worth the $10 at that point.
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My wife is renovating our house, and she buys a ton of building supplies on craigslist. There is risk, and some things don't work out, and it takes a lot more time, but she's smart, and she saves a lot of money. This is a strategy that most people would consider insane, but she makes it work because she's so smart.
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interesting, like what? (my interest is, I've worked & will be going back to part time at Home Depot in their lumber & building materials dept)
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interesting, like what? (my interest is, I've worked & will be going back to part time at Home Depot in their lumber & building materials dept)
Just about everything. Sinks, bathtubs, windows, doors, tools, furniture, I can't remember it all. She drives great distances to pick them up. She also recycles just about everything, including asphalt shingles, driving to do that. We try to keep a reasonable carbon footprint, but eventually, she had to buy herself an SUV to do all this. It's a Honda Element, beloved by cyclists. Before that, she was using a Honda Civic hatchback, and she can get an amazing amount of stuff into any vehicle. She's the general contractor, and she does most of the design work, too. I tell her she should be in business, but she dismisses that idea.
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