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A serious and reputable seller will encourage (archive)

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Posted by B. Wheaton on April 18, 2002 at 20:38:24:

In Reply to: Any body bought or sold an e30 M3 on Ebay? Is it posted by worth it? Scott325i on April 18, 2002 at 10:37:41:

prospective buyers to fly out for a personal inspection and pay the return airfare if the car isn't exactly as (or better) than described. While I have never bought a car from eBay, I know folks who have bought and sold cars there. My M3 was technically an eBay sale because that's where I found it. The seller happened to be a few miles from me and decided to canx the auction and deal with me directly because of the kooks that had been hassling him as a result of the auction.

What is it about selling a car that attracts wierdos to your front door?? I had a lot of "fun" selling my Honda last year, let me tell you ;^) The sale finally went to a 6-foot, 105 pound nerd with a penchant for Soviet sniper rifles who happens to live in my apartment complex. My ask was high, expecting to be talked down and he didn't even haggle, just paid in cash and seemed very insulted when I politely declined an offer to view his war memoribilia and rifle collection. I prayed for about a week straight the car didn't suddenly crap out or give him any other reason to come looking for me... Glad I'm anal about maintaining all of my cars!

This is me digressing...


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