Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.
I live in Quebec City but thrift in Montreal about once a week (whenever I'm there for work actually)!
Hey I just saw you're a 46XL... SYNERGYYYY
I have no idea what the print trick is.
woah. shocked you don't know. You go to the original listing, and then scroll down until you see the ebay item number and there is also a "report listing"' and "print" link above it to the right. click print, and you will be able to see what the actual offer accepted was.
I did not know this either. I'm guessing most people didn't.
thats what i used to do before someone on here told me about the prink trick. it comes in handy when there are only a few completed listings, so its harder to judge a fair priced given the limited data.
That's the method I do too, but it doesn't work well if there are 10 in a row that were Best Offer.
Shows sold for $575 on ebay mobile. Not sure if that's accurate tho - didn't view on desktop site.
I didn't know the print trick, but I've always seen the accepted amount visiting the ended listing from mobile site.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/360923551918?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 with free shipping since I bought a number of different items. For some reason I thought tyvek and poly were synonyms. When I went to amazon a couple months ago and typed in tyvek bags those poly bags came up. Apologies for the confusion. I also do pack and label everything after it's posted. It's the only way our guest room (read: ebay store room) is kept relatively organized lol.
It's not clothing, but is thrift related. I need some advice. Someone please talk me in (or out) of this. My wife is absolutely no help ("you don't need it", she says without even hearing what it is).
I have the rare opportunity to purchase this:
It's a vintage Pioneer rack stereo system. 1 owner, but the child of the owner acquired it, is selling it and knows absolutely nothing about it. Thing is, besides the reel to reel deck (which I have very minimal experience with), I don't know much about the components either. I know the basics such as to see if things power up, the gauges work and light up, etc. No owners manuals. What's there is there. It's local and a cash sale, so if something doesn't work I'm screwed. Hell, I don't even know where I'm going to put it but I've been lusting after the RT-909 reel to reel deck ever since I sold mine 7 years ago and this has everything. They're asking $1,000.
Components are top of the line, including a RT-909 reel to reel deck, a Spec 1 pre-amp and a Spec 4 amplifier.
Should I let this go? Hop on it?
Um....make like a rabbit.
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