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P85- eBay for did not sell for $8500, relisted

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Theshadows, Dec 13, 2014.

  1. Theshadows

    Theshadows Active Member

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  2. gaswalla

    gaswalla P4201/85/airsusp/pano/19i

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    It didn't sell. Was resisted for 82500
     
  3. Kandiru

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    Two scenarios, either they agreed on a price and got sold, or sold by other means.

    Ebay car bidding is not binding, just a tentative agrement.
     
  4. Theshadows

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    Thank you. I was looking under sold only items and looked to see if it was canceled or retracted but didn't see it on my cell.
     
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    Appears that $8,500 was a typo/error in the orig listing price as the text description mentions $85,000.

    Seller likely cancelled the listing and then reposted for $82,500.

    It is now relisted at $79,900.
     
  6. tga

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    Seller's description says "No accidents", yet the provided AutoCheck report lists a frontal collision in Pompano Beach, FL, with "moderate damage" back in Sept.

    If I wasn't so trusting, I'd question the seller's honesty on that one...
     
  7. lolachampcar

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    funny seeing stuff like this. My car went for $79K wholesale and Tesla offered $68.5K.
     

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