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Author Topic: MT250 Budget Build  (Read 6061 times)

Offline JSJamboree

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Re: MT250 Budget Build
« Reply #120 on: Sep 24, 2017, 14:25:33 »
Dropping the price to $1500 which is likely more reasonable.  I'll leave it a little longer then likely throw it up on ebay.

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Re: MT250 Budget Build
« Reply #121 on: Sep 24, 2017, 16:43:09 »
Just curious, have you ever sold a bike on ebay?  How did shipping work?  Good luck on the sale, it's a neat bike.
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Re: MT250 Budget Build
« Reply #122 on: Sep 25, 2017, 11:15:44 »
Just curious, have you ever sold a bike on ebay?  How did shipping work?  Good luck on the sale, it's a neat bike.


Yeah, I sold my Triumph bobber on Ebay.  They paid the deposit, then paid the rest.  Once they had paid and I had the money in my account they setup shipping with company to come pick it up.  In theory it would have been fine but the company jerked the guy around and he ended up driving up from florida to pick it up.  I dont think that was an issue with the buyer or ebay or the process in general but a one off issue with a shipper.