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For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Rclasstramcar » Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:21 am

Hi all,
In order to fund a fleet of O Gauge trams, I have decided to sell my HO scale model railway. All items are in good condition, and are available bulk or separate. These have also been posted on eBay.

Msg me for prices.

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby tbc1983 » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:06 am

Link?


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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Rclasstramcar » Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:05 pm

I will add a link later.

For sale:
Austrains 3639 (sold)
Eureka 6040 (sold)
ToR 3237 (sold)
x5 Lima 38s (1 hand painted black. All :shock: sold)
ToR 4483 sold
ToR 4918 sold
ToR 4705 sold
ToR 4712 sold
Austrains 8019 sold
Rollingstock: too much to list sold

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Mark V » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:15 pm

What wagons still remain for sale?
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:40 pm

R Class, it's a good idea to have pictures of items you want to sell on eBay.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Rclasstramcar » Fri Apr 09, 2010 1:45 pm

No wagons for sale yet. The items went so fast I couldn't take images.

Other items
AR Kits 4501 (SOLD)
AR Kits 4512 (SOLD)
AR Kits 4515 (SOLD)
AR Kits 601 (SOLD)
P/line 4806 (SOLD)
Trax 847 (SOLD)
Trax 4827 (SOLD)
Trax 4811 (SOLD)

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:07 pm

Rclasstramcar wrote:The items went so fast I couldn't take images.
So why not take pictures before you post them & then post the pictures along with the description on eBay so buyers can see what they are interested in?

Personally I don't think eBay (& similar sites) should allow sellers to sell items without photos.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Mark V » Mon Apr 12, 2010 8:00 pm

Rclasstramcar wrote:$300 for the 45s and 600


Dont like your chances getting that much each without a single pic of them?

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Mon Apr 12, 2010 10:22 pm

Mark V wrote:
Rclasstramcar wrote:$300 for the 45s and 600


Dont like your chances getting that much each without a single pic of them?
Agree, don't like your chances charging that price for second hand locomotives, especially when similar locomotives are only $265 - brand new.

RClass, according to your feedback, you have been on eBay for around four or so years, so why aren't you prepared to show pictures of items you're selling?
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Rclasstramcar » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:04 am

I would like images, but eBay gives non stop trouble when uploading them. That's why.

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Andrew » Thu Apr 15, 2010 2:55 pm

Are they weathered or anything special??
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:55 pm

Andrew wrote:Are they weathered or anything special??
Who'd know, as he doesn't seem to want them photographed. At RClasstramcar, how hard could it be to post photos on eBay? You advertised your items on here, so why not post photos of items in this thread? (not you should post pictures on eBay page in the first place).

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Rclasstramcar wrote:$300 for the 45s and 600


Dont like your chances getting that much each without a single pic of them?
And it seems he has dropped the price down to $100.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Mark V » Sat Apr 17, 2010 7:03 pm

Two words.. Buyer beware

Why say $100 on Ebay and asks $300 on here.. hmm??
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Sat Apr 17, 2010 10:55 pm

At RClasstramcar, you can't advertise two different prices for the same item(s). It misleads potential buyers especially if they see both prices. You say "No Returns", which for a private sale, or auction is your choice, but what if say a person brought the item via this thread for $300, and then after they have paid for it, found the exact same item on your eBay page was advertised for $200 cheaper? If a person brought the same item on here for example, at the dearer price, that person who brought it for $300 on here would have every right for the difference of $200 to be refunded.

MarkV, agree entirely buyer BEWARE (especially when RClasstramcar uses such a lame excuse of why he doesn't show pictures.) Not only that, but he deletes his eBay link to his eBay page. Why, if he is still has those items for sale on eBay?

Their are only two reasons I can think of for him not showing pictures on eBay of items he is selling. One is that the items are worse than described, or that the seller doesn't really have the items (And NO, I'm not saying that he doesn't them). And as I stated earlier, eBay should NOT allow items without any pictures, & shouldn't allow pictures that are not of the item itself.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Mark V » Sun Apr 18, 2010 5:55 pm

Rclasstramcar wrote:I would like images, but eBay gives non stop trouble when uploading them. That's why.

Cheers,
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Ive sold heaps on Ebay each time with pic's and this excuse is absolute B.. S..

Will leave it to the Mods and Admins with what they do bout this from here on in..

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby R707 » Mon Apr 19, 2010 12:07 pm

Besides which, if there actually WAS a problem in uploading pictures to eBay, he could always upload them here..
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Mark V & RClasstram: Just how hard is it to upload to Ebay?

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Mon Apr 19, 2010 8:48 pm

At Mark V, just how hard is it to upload photos to eBay? Is it basically the same as most other sites, such as Flickr, Fotopic, Photobucket, etc?

And to those that may have brought RClasstramcar's items via ATDB, and then found that the exact same item has been advertised elsewhere by RClasstramcar at a cheaper price(1), then I would advise that they contact him and ask for the difference in price to be credited/refunded.

Edit: (1) Just to make myself clear, when I say the exact same item, I mean the exact same item at different prices, not if he has two or more of the same item at different prices.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Mark V » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:55 pm

Ebay is even easier then on here, all you have to do is upload it to your computer from your camera then Ebay will give you the option to upload the picture from your computer.. 20 secs later its done.. easy as even for someone who has never sold on Ebay before.

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Wed Apr 21, 2010 9:02 am

Okay thanks Mark V, so in other words, just uploading pictures in the usual manner. RClasstram's last visit was at 9pm or so last night, so it seems he doesn't want to explain to potential buyers that buy via this site, why he has/had two different prices on the same item.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Mark V » Wed Apr 21, 2010 9:47 am

I believe pics are now on Ebay, all need a bit of work to bring the old girls up to scratch, would be nice if the seller could tell me honoustly here how each of them runs?

At the moment im keen for the red terror.. but will make a decision closer to the auction ending.

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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Wed Apr 21, 2010 10:17 pm

So that wasn't hard was it to post photos was it? Now I WAS (note was) going to say comment about the paintwork on two of those locomotives, but I have changed that to "While it may not be a perfect paint job on two of your locomotives, at least you had a go at it painting them yourself."
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Rclasstramcar » Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:20 pm

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More soon

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To Rherkes. The $65 post charge was a typo I made. I edited it and re sent the invoice. The buyer didn't want go on.
Newcastle Flyer: Please read the description's first line again. Images will be posted today when I get back from town. On the post cost difference. The present one is from when I was doing auctions of one item only. Lately, this has switched to more. So of course the postage will change too. I will edit this tonight (if I can find it).
Also, the item you linked was not sent due to a mistake on my behalf. I have refunded the buyer, so all's well that ends well. Also I checked, and there are three items which have the "Pics 2 come" up the top.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Thu Oct 07, 2010 6:48 pm

Wonder why RClass didn't upload pictures of the last few?
As I stated in this thread before, I don't believe eBay or any auction site should accept items without photographs.

See feedback.
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby rherkes » Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:38 pm

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll ... 0456301716
I am confused as to why on a previous feedback a buyer has stated that they were charged $65 postage for three ebay lots, two BDX's, three OCX's and two S wagons, when each of these listings advertised postage as $4.55. If that happened to me I would request the total again and if the seller insists on $65 I would report them to Ebay.

Also what is it with your latest listings stating $4.55 and then in the listing stating postage will be $15? You should state in the postage section that the postage will be $15, then in the description state that you are unsure of the cost to post but it will be no more than $15. In the past some of the sellers have given me partial refunds because they have charged more for postage. I never ask them, for it as I shop with the postal charge in mind. On one occasion I have had a seller charge more for postage after the auction, so I paid what was listed at auction. I don't think you can do this now, but the buyer was once able to edit the shipping charges, or erase them altogether. :twisted:
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Re: For Sale: HO Gauge Locos and rollingstock

Postby Newcastle Flyer » Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:11 pm

I looked at all those items without pictures last night, and yes I looked at the description. I could only find one item that states that pictures are to come.

While errors do happen, for something involving money changing hands, then it is important that the prices are not only double checked, but tripple checked.

http://feedback.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAP ... terval=365 :?:

Edit: On bidding has ended item
II'm sure I saw the postage cost in the postage section, along with the $10 postage you mention in the description. Yet now all it says is "see details" in the postage section, on an item that has bidding has ended. :?

Edit: In some of the descriptions, the postage shown is either $10 - 15 not $4 as stated, or $5 - 10, yet for both of these the postage still states $4.55.
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