UH, Charles, mine included? Seriously folks, other than that, what he says is true . . . his IS one of the best.GoinManta said:http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2484228687
I went down to the lowest price I could live with - Starting Bid of $8400, and a Buy It Now of $9000.
No parts come with it and the original rims and tires go back on it (Conviently my BMW needs tires, and the rims and tires for the Bitter are the same as those of the 1997 BMW 3 series).
I paid $8,000 for the car in 2001, and since then put more than $4000 into it.
But I really need the cash, so if you ever wanted a Bitter I can guarantee no other Bitter out there is as well maintained as this one, most are still running around with either hacked up parts, or old original parts, etc.. Strike while the iron's hot.
I am probably going to look at other options and NOT sell it if it does not sell now. Not worth the trouble.
Sometimes, you don't have many choices and you have to do what you have to do.tekenaar said:Surprised you were considering selling at all.
Yeah, but it might also be: "Ultra Viole'n't Agent 87" . . . close relative of Agent 99 on "Get Smart"?!!BQS4 said:Charles;
Just looking at his screen name "uvagent87" (u) university (va) Virginia (gent) a guy [hopefully ] (87) class of?
I cancelled them, the bidder that broke my reserve, called and said he overbid, and wanted to talk me down in price. Also told that (0) feedback bidders on automoblies discourage others to bid. So I decided to make a rule I had seen others use and that was to cancel all (0) feedback bidders.kwilford said:Charles,
I see you have had no fewer than THREE cancelled bids. YIKES! What's with these darn eBay bidders, that a serious one can't bid a reasonable price for your Bitter.