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Old 08-19-2013, 06:27 AM
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Sorry for the brutal honesty but the only way you will see a good part of that money back is if you part it out. As is you might get 400$ to 500$? Maybe more if some noobie is drooling over it. But the hard truth is not many are into blinged out savages. Lots of good parts on there but the sum total is not that great.
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Old 08-19-2013, 03:26 PM
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Are these^^ kind of unwarranted "discussion" replies even allowed on a for sale post? For sale does not mean discussion. I looked for the best place to post a for sale ad but none exists that i could find. If there is a more appropriate section please let me know.

-someguy- your reply is very bad form and shows poor etiquette. It would be appropriate for you to delete such a reply to a for sale post. Put yourself in my shoes ok? Would you like for someone to crap all over your for sale ad and postulate ignorance-driven dollar amounts in a public fashion? Probably not, right?

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Are these^^ kind of unwarranted "discussion" replies even allowed on a for sale post? For sale does not mean discussion. I looked for the best place to post a for sale ad but none exists that i could find. If there is a more appropriate section please let me know.

-someguy- your reply is very bad form and shows poor etiquette. It would be appropriate for you to delete such a reply to a for sale post. Put yourself in my shoes ok? Would you like for someone to crap all over your for sale ad and postulate ignorance-driven dollar amounts in a public fashion? Probably not, right?
Actually, your first post isn't allowed.
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And i lmao at your starting price and buyout price for that auction. Good luck with that. I'll go buy a brand new 5th scale first, lol.
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First, thanks for the guidance on where to post. I was looking for that and couldnt find it.

Second. The closing in your reply was unnecessary and extremely rude. Is everyone here so crass and low brow now as to hand out such unwarranted and impolite attacks? kids these days i guess.

If i wanted yours or anyone else's opinion about my pricing i would ask. Good luck to you with your attitude and abusive approach to others.. I'm sure you will go far in life behaving that way
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Welcome to internet?

How much was he asking? lulz
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Buy it now for 1,500.00.....
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I could think of much cheaper ways to get myself a boat anchor lol
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wow, I guess I should have checked in sooner.

There is no way I would EVER write something like that in a REAL for sale add. But seeing as this is a "discussion" forum, I expressed myself. Not word one is a lie or misleading in any way. I hope you get a nice price for it, dont hesitate to let us know how well you did.

Good luck!
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