I'd imagine if it was fair price the first listing would've been snapped up in a pinch. For an example I paid less than $200 for 233Mhz machine with PC card with a lot of other goodies and $60 for a two slice Risc PC600. Not listing any detail other than "ts the highest Spec Acorn on the market"is just pure hype Those asking the questions do so for reason- to determine if it is worth the asking price. It's quite that simple. Ignore them and you are less likely to get a sale.recycled wrote:Good luck with your RiscPC sale. I see you've had to re-list it. I was having a giggle at estar7's wish-list.
While I think your price is fair for one of these, you won't find too many retro-holics that will give them bench space. As you've probably gathered by the requests, only the Acorn fan club want them with the latest and best gear fitted, and ready to go at a knock down price.
etc etc etc.caluser2000 wrote:I'd imagine if it was fair price the first listing would've been snapped up in a pinch. For an example I paid...
caluser2000 wrote:You mean like those Apples or that A600?
caluser2000 wrote:The relist is $100 over previous one. So i seems actually turning it on increases the value by over 30%.
He'd already stated it was in perfect working order in the first auction, as well as the OP. All I wanted, and I'm sure other prospective buyers as well, was proof of that claim. These were promised in the first auction, which was canned early, but never forth coming at all.Gibsaw wrote:Depends if $100 is a lot in the context. If it was a machine I was after, a $100 difference in price can save you a LOT of messing around if the machine is guaranteed working and in NZ.
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