Craigslist Deals- East Coast

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Birds appraisal made her set the price at $700. I’m sure if he was willing to pay that, he would have gotten it. I got it for slightly less after a bit of waiting. I had to follow up multiple times.

Needs some cleaning up but should be a good rider. Wish the gold seal and signature was still visible and the fin wasn’t damaged.
 

dubstar

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His quote was $500-700. Once he saw the detailed photos, it was clear it wasn't a $700 board. Glad you got it, but it's another case of a seller having no connection to or knowledge of the culture and seeing dollar signs once people express interest. Sadly the case with many boards nowadays.
 
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NJ Longboarder

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His quote was $500-700. Once he saw the detailed photos, it was clear it wasn't a $700 board. Glad you got it, but it's another case of a seller having no connection to or knowledge of the culture and seeing dollar signs once people express interest. Sadly the case with many boards nowadays.
She originally posted it for $150 but everyone told her it was worth much more. It’s not a 700 board, but once that is told to someone, that’s what it’s what they think it’s worth.

She was a very nice woman and had the board for over 15 yrs. just wish she stored it better. Everyone telling her how great the board was cost me $$$. It’s happened many times in the past and can be frustrating. Every Weber performer is worth $2k once they email weber.

I over paid but still worth it for me. Only Hansen model I wanted but didn’t have yet. All good for me.
 




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