Nice looking 33 on Ebay

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Kegsti66
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Nice looking 33 on Ebay

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alfasuddriver
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Re: Nice looking 33 on Ebay

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I owned this a few years ago, it was a good car and it looks like the current owner has made some improvements like a new headlining. It’s also a lovely drive, very enthusiastic engine!

Kegsti66
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I had seen it before as I noticed it has the early Zender front bumper fitted.
I liked the first generation kits.

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Think I remember changing most of the suspension bushes as it had a tendency to roll into the corners!

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Re: Nice looking 33 on Ebay

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Didn't sell so presumably didn't reach the reserve.

Wonder why people put cars on Ebay with a reserve? Buyers always expect the reserve to be unrealistically high so don't bid, whereas if the car was put on with the reserve as the starting price it might well sell (as long as it's not silly) and it'd save the seller a few wasted quid on paying for the 'set a reserve' fees.

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Fully agree. I think they put a low starting price to get people looking, like dangling a hook, but like you say sometimes it backfires.
Better to say "No reserve" and start with the minimum you will take and hope for the best, or just put a "buy it now".

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