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Royse

05-12-2013 15:42:23
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I don't mind haggling a little bit, but I never run the seller's item down.

More often than not, all you will do is make them angry.
As they did in your case.

Most often guys do add in some wiggle room, so it's not such a bad thing

to ask. They'll tell you right off most of the time if they are willing to move

on the price.

Another thing that irks me as the seller is low ball offers.

Blue book or common market value is, say, $4000, I mark it at $3500
because tires are wore or whatever and someone offers me $500.

Really? What planet are you from?

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rrlund

05-12-2013 16:01:20
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 Re: For sale ad in reply to Royse, 05-12-2013 15:42:23  
Yep,that's just it. When somebody asks if I'm firm on the price and I say yes,that's when they should have enough respect to take it or walk away. But they get pizzy and start picking things apart like they think that'll help.

I left old Harlan Cropsey standing right in my driveway one time,probably wondering "what the heck?". But I had a New Idea UniHarvester for sale back when he was State Senator. When I wouldn't come way down,he started in with a bunch of garbage. I thanked him for coming and walked away. When I got to the back door he said "well thank you" in kind of a cocky way. I just waved my hand without looking back and said "yup" and went inside. He called me a few weeks later and asked if I'd sold it yet. I hadn't,but I told him I had. Wasn't gonna take that kind of crap.

And as far as this tractor goes,there are 8 on Tractorhouse. 7 without loaders,one with. The ones without are priced from $3800 to $6800 and the one with is priced at $7000.

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