Discussion in 'Parts for sale' started by Mike Bucy, Mar 21, 2009.
You have waited long enough in anyone's book.
That's what I kinda thought but wanted input from forum staff. Thank you Mike!
Lars.. I tend to agree.. but pm me the buyer name, and let me see if he has just not been on the board.. I might have alternate contact info for you.
In regards to "showing interest", can you clarify what that means, as there seems to be some confusion over it.
Is asking for a price, location or pictures considered "showing interest" and therefore put you in line? Or does it require something more clear, like saying "interested" or in line"?
IMO, to eliminate confusion, it should require a clear statement of interest (like "interested" or "in line"), but not my board and not my rules.
I am thinking of posting for sale my front 17" Billet Rims in an attempt to move wider. Can I post to tentatively sell?
I, of course, wouldn't be able to order the new rims until selling the old ones, and if the negotiations carry to low I wouldn't be able to justify it.
Post them on the appropriate classified category.
yup all good
One thing that bothers me is in line..send you a PM.Why?If first in line I could see that,but I have seen guy's that were 3 or 4 in line doing that.Buying or selling,we should stay by the rules.Just yesterday I answered a aid,I was the 3 to replay,I said after so ans so .Bruno.
I have a cast iron dual quad intake for a 455 that came from a deceased Buick engineer who worked on the '72 GSX project. I'm still gathering information on it's history, and I don't know what I want for it yet. Can I post this item for tentative sale to see what the interest is?
You must post an asking price and a rough location for the part. If you are worried about leaving money on the table, post a moonshot price and keep lowering it until you either make a sale or give up.
Being 1st inline needs to be clarified to some members on this forum. If people don’t adhere to this, what’s the use. They are just wasting a guys time!