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gold plated tail lights. Cheap!


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dude the melted spots = at least $250 increase in price = 10-15 hps. No one ever said that power is cheap. im goint to cash out some equity for these.

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I have a set just like those in my stash. I am keeping mine. I am debating wether or not to install them in Bacchus. Would I sell them for $100? I don't think so, rather keep them. My point is, you start asking yourself the same kind of question with this stuff, and you either end up keeping it or somebody that wants it more than you, grabs it and life continues...

Guys there is no moral issue here, or a correct price, or a fair price. This is just the price that the seller wants (you can probably make him an offer), you can ridicule him all you want, but if you are a buyer you have two choices: take it or leave it, he is not selling water or bread in the middle of a famine...

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I agree with you Micheal but 300 bucks? c'mon. You can buy a whole car for that. You just have to be patient.

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FYI, current retail prices for round tail lights (complete) are $300+ each. Just the lenses are around $120 each. If they are in great shape, $300-$350 is not a bad deal for a used pair. If they are in OK condition, may be $100-$150. Of course, you can get deals out there on used items, but if the current new price is a yardstick then $300 doesn't look that expensive.

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You are absolutely correct! Who cares what someone asks for their parts, if the amount is too much, no one will buy.

The person who feigned shock or is it sarcasm, with the post should spend more time waving at and chasing Ferraris.

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yes you are right Dubois-- i just couldn't help it. You have to admit that it is funny to see posts like that though...Who knows-- he could have a decimal point off or something. Either way--most buyers will walk away like you said.

Aashish

1969 BMW 2002--I gotta finish this damn thing

1987 BMW 325is--S52 Monster

1975 Innocenti Mini 1001-- the most cost dense car ever!

1995 318ti

2004 BMW 330i ZHP

2004 Toyota Tacoma (gotta have something reliable!)--can't live without

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