gth0007 Posted December 2, 2010 Report Share Posted December 2, 2010 From reading most of the Team Shelby forum posts, I find that a lot of members get angry when a seller tests the market with a really high price for their Shelby, Boss, or other interesting cars and car parts. Why get angry ?? Words and phrases like, "rip-off", "gouger", "jerk", etc all appear in the posts. A car, or car parts, are in the category of "want", NOT the "need" category. Now if someone, during a natural disaster,artificially inflates items in the "need" category (food,shelter, housing etc), then they would be all of the above names. But a car ?? I've sold several very interesting cars over the years and I've later found out the Buyer re-sold the car at a good profit. Great, that's America capitalism, good for them as they marketed the cars and worked hard to find that "right" buyer, not to mention they put up good money to test their selling ability, so why deny them a profit ?? As long as the car, or car parts, are accurately described, then why not just let the market, buyers, dictate selling price?? What do you think ?? The phrase, "a good sale is when buyer and seller are happy" comes to mind. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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