Just had the same thing happen. Was going to look at the Weber board recently listed in the "East Coast Craigslist" thread only to be told it sold and here it is now on local shop's ebay page for 3 times the sale price and it's only been 3-4 days since sale. (https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dewey-Weber-vintage-surfboard-60s-classic-pig-shape-custom-surf-surfing) Also, had it happened a couple years ago when I was about an hour into a 1.5 hour drive to pick up a board, as seller and I had reached an agreed price and pickup time. Seller called to say he had a better offer from someone in Fl., meanwhile the board was in N. Jersey. Saw the board about a month later for sale on a shops website in Fl. I'm all for fair markets but also believe in Karma.