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Qty (5) 12.5JC- 3R at gov auction


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Old 03-15-2017, 02:43:55 PM
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Default Re: Qty (5) 12.5JC- 3R at gov auction

I would love to have one working JC for my backup plan. But, my being in WY that is not going to happen. I hope someone else can derive some benefit from these.
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Default Re: Qty (5) 12.5JC- 3R at gov auction

Its up to $551 with 20 minutes left.

$1151 and 3 minutes!!

And its over. I can breath now as I would have been out once it got to $750.

Final is $1151 even with one 3 minute auto extension that took place. Still a good deal for the person that bought them though. $247 each is what it works out to which includes the 7.5% admin fee on the sale.


I think a lot of auctions would become real auctions if eBay would adopt the auto 3 minute extension policy. Would eliminate bid sniping altogether.
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I'm sure glad eBay hasn't adopted that. I do NOT like getting into an emotional bidding war with other bidders. I bid what I think it's worth, and that's it. Emotional bidders determine an item's value by gauging how interested OTHER bidders are. Great for sellers, sure, but not for me lol. I bid at the last second so that the emotional, uncertain bidder cannot use MY valuation to determine that HIS bid should be higher.
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