I have not seen a successful auction that ended over $8k. Succesful meaning one that the parties involved left feedback for each other and the spot was not relisted.mact3333 said:people selling spots for 5000.00 now...bids not going up any more than that already...free mkt at work!...guess only few people got away with 15-20K markup...I remember E46 M3 was like that too when it first came out...craziness lasted only few wks.
As I said in the Ebay Scum thread, the sellers I talked to had either been scammed or the person who was the high bidder claimed to not know that it was for a spot and not the car, in other words they backed out. Looking at some of the bidding you can see some userids reappear and in two cases the same userid was high bidder in both cases.frankk said:The bids that got up that high were probably a scam anyway. A few folks with legit ebay ids working the system to try to get one outsider to bite at 10K...
Modern's right. Wait till the cars get here and go up on E-Bay. The madness will be at an all time high for sureModern Wedgie said:The madness will not end any time soon. I expect to see an increase in ebay ads when the cars finally arrive.
Ridgemanron said:Based off what I've been reading on this site, as well as others, no dealer is going to allow a stranger to take the car in place of the original orderer. This would
mean that the original buyer would have to purchase and possibly register the car,
not to mention waiting for the title to arrive before he could begin the process of re-selling the vehicle. He would have also paid his tax on the vehicle, totaling
$3,000 or more, bringing his outlay to over $45,000. In essence he would now be selling a used vehicle which may also affect insurance rates for the prospective
new owner, as well as finance rate from