Re: [CR]Ebay High/Only Live Once/Rally?$230...

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From: "renaissance-cycles" <>
To: "Eric Elman" <>, "Classic Rendevous" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Ebay High/Only Live Once/Rally?$230...
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 04:01:01 +0100

Good lord!!

Just before the fire I was selling them at $ 45 or $ 55 pp!........Stormed through a case of 40 pairs like a wild fire!!............For sure this one for Dales high list!! I'm on the road again this week,......................I know which rims are on my list!

BC Baron Corpuz.............Holland..........Going to sniff up some Sludis!!

----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Elman
To: renaissance-cycles

<> Sent: Monday, December 17, 2001 3:03 AM Subject: Re: [CR]Ebay High/Only Live Once/Rally?$230...

> BC has it right - you only live once and I think that very often has to do
> with one time high prices on ebay. I've done it - a bike or part shows up,
> I've been looking for years, may even have passed up one at at slightly high
> price but figured I'd wait...well it never comes along again at a slightly
> high price so when it does appear I finally go for it at a silly high price.
> Have I paid to much - yes and no. Do I own that bike/part? - yes; is its
> market value likely to stay at that high - maybe not.
> But you only live once and if that elusive item comes along and you can
> somehow swing the cost why not go for it?
> Good example. Another list member has two sets of NOS Nisi Sludi rums for
> ebay auction - in silver. I've been looking for a silver set for a loooong
> time. They came up on ebay last week with an opening bid of $50 or a "buy
> it now" of $95. I thought that they may go as high as $75 so I placed a $50
> bid on both sets to cancel the buy it now and figured at the end I'd pop in
> my high bid. Well - I screwed up - big time - check out the price on them
> now - $95 would have been a bargain! (Dale - I think they qualify for
> "highest prices page" on your web site)
> I missed my chance.
> On items that only come on the market rarely I say go for it. If it's an
> item that comes up with some frequency, then be patient as their prices tend
> to occasionally dip and can be snapped up at more down to earth prices.
> Anyone have a NOS silver set of Nisi Sludi's to trade for same in grey?
> Check them out:
> Eric Elman
> Somers, CT
> > You only live once!!
> >
> > BC
> > Baron Corpuz.........Holland!........Next, Santa Barbara!!