Found this today on Tbay.......I think someone is shooting a bit too high...
I think there are too many digits in the price....
I agree...looks like he added a few too many zeros on the end.
Perhaps he was told to sell it...
"Honey I want you to get rid of the darn old rusty car!"
"I thought I told you to get rid of that old car!"
" Dear, I listed it on E-bay but no one bid on it so I'll have to keep it"
Delusions of Grandeur...
I sent him a message unless it it gold plated or brand new off the assembly line it is 26thousand to much
I hope he gets every dime, may need money bad, capitalism in progress. I love this country! o.g.
Here is his reply to my email;
"I have a local coming up to look at it, 2 hour drive and price is temporary to avoid any bids," Thanks, end of quote
The car is advertised on Minneapolis Craigslist for $2,600.
I saw the ad yesterday:
Looks like he added an extra zero on eBay by mistake.
Am I looking at the wrong car, the starting bid is 42 hundred, I think Bill's comment might be correct
You are looking at a different car.
Originally, he had the Model T in the Craigslist ad also listed on eBay.
He must have done a wholesale revision to the eBay listing and removed the Model T and added the Durant.
Yes, wrong car, for some reason the Ebay link has changed cars, the T listing was there earlier.
The Durant that is now linked in the eBay auction is pretty nice looking.
Wow, why didn't that occur to me when I was selling cars on eBay. Sell the car locally and then edit the existing ad to reflect another product without paying the additional fees for a new ad.