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Posted on I have several Bridge City Tools I am sad to get rid of

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Junginit

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#1 posted 06-08-2012 07:13 AM

Hey evevryone,

Thanks for the suggestions! It looks like eBay might be the method of choice since it protects both the buyer and seller.

I hear the skeptics and I am glad you are there. Keeps people thinking straight. But I haven’t offered them for sale yet and trying to see which option would work best.

If you live in Southern California or a couple of hours away I could maybe let you come see them or meet you halfway if you were a serious cash in hand buyer.

But I am curious mainly on how to price these tools. Does anyone know some of the going rates on these tools? The prices I listed above are retail. Should I list them on eBay at retail and then let them be bid up?

Also since it is a numbers matching set, would it be beneficial to list those numbered as a set on eBay? Do you think anyone would rather buy the set?

And I really do wish I could keep these tools, but with the upcoming events in my life I need to let them go.

Thanks again for looking and appreciate the advice, looking forward to some more. When they do get listed on eBay I will post the links as well.

Thanks,

-Bryan


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