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Old 03-07-2012, 10:20 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by b42day View Post
or when your price is reasonable and out come the lowballers offering half and they get when you politely decline their offer....
I'd have to agree with this. I've bought/sold many bikes/cars. When I price a vehicle I try to keep it at or below average market value and still people tend to low ball and feel the need to state that my price is way too high. Which I end up selling and the same person calls back and says they were ready to buy it etc etc
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