Too low! It's a Honda. And it's like it's from 1963. plus @$150, they are still thinking they are going to talk you down another 33-75% hemming and hawing and using, "it's not working, I'm taking a big risk in buying this" as their argument.
catchafew wrote:I listed motor last night at 22:30 at $150 and by this morning I had 16 people message me
3 lonely time wasters that just want a friend to chat with.
4 junkies coming to steal it
4 no shows
Craigslisters are some horrible folks, both buyers and sellers. I've found myself in some precarious situations like getting to the address and realizing I'm in a Chicago project late in the evening. 'Had some quality folks too, even in the projects.
If you want it to be like ebay, you have to reverse-ebay it. List it high. You can drop the price at your pace. I see some musical instruments on craigs for over 3 years. I laugh because the very stubborn, unmotivated seller has an item that is depreciating and would have benefited lowering it sooner than waiting years.