- Overly successful eBay sales. Anyone else get edgy…
It does look a bit of a state.
exactly, its pretty obvious how much the channel faces are rotten. But it’s still quite sound (there’s enough material/way it’s built to more than comfortably take the 75Kg max load on a landy roof)
AH well, caveat emptor it is then.
Anyway, you need at least two eejits to get to this position 🙂Posted 4 years agocouldashouldawouldaMember
Paypal and collect scam:
Thing is that’s only worth doing for high value items really.
More likely there are a lot of idiots out there bidding over the odds (not that I’ve ever been one of them, not me, oh no….) so I’d guess you’ll be ok.Posted 4 years ago
I was considering refurbing the rack but got an identical (but shorter one) from a friend of a friend locally for £75.
To refurb it would entail carefully cutting the clamp sections off and then simply bolting the rack to at least two (or four if nervous) standard heavy duty halfords gutter clamp bars which cost about £30 each.Posted 4 years ago
I like to think I put a lot of effort into my listings and I usually do very well with my ebay sales, hitting top prices against similar items.
I have a roof rack for sale at the moment, with very rotten/rusted clamps. Needs a major overhaul. Was thinking £60 would be a good price. It’s already £120++ and it closes in an hour.
I cant help but feel nervous about it not meeting the buyer’s expectations, but it’s got loads of photos of the rust so no one is bidding blind on it.
There’s no way of getting scammed with a Collection only sale is there?Posted 4 years ago
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