/ Any advice on selling old (2003) MTB on internet?
I'd hoping / planning to sell my 2003 Orange Sub 5 in the very near future. Obviously it's old, but still a bit of classic (in a Marmite style - some love it, some hate it...) and in pretty good condition.
Anyone got any recommendation on specific sites to list it? Particularly sites with a bit of a 'retro / vintage' slant?
I'm a complete punter when it comes to on-line selling, so any other hints / tips / warnings would be welcome.
Is this you Dave?
Was going to say singletrackworld
It is indeed! From my limited browsing I thought I'd put it on SingleTrack world as a 'starter for 10'. But I've been amazed how quickly ads get pushed off page 1 and into the wilderness of page 2 and beyond...
Presumably once they're off page 1 then they're unlikely to be seen?
Thanks...that looks just about 100% right...!
Any experiences with Retrobike yourself?
Cheers, that's just the sort of optimistic story I was hoping to hear...
RetroBike here I come...!
> Is this you Dave?
> Was going to say singletrackworld
If that was 18" I'd snap your hand off! I remember them, I was looking at them in 2002 but ended up building a ti hardatil. Nice bike, should sell quickly on STW
Hi Dave, just seen your 16" bike...have you sold it yet? Would be keen to meet up and give you some cash (for the bike of course).
Not sold yet (It's been on STW and RetroBike for a few days now). I'll send you a PM now.
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