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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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There are a zillion posts on here about "I need getting a new board."
Well, it's time to take the forum to a parallel universe of anti-post-matter.

I need help getting rid of a board.


The problem is, I dunno how much I should try selling it for (ebay and craigslist).

2007 Burton Elite 155. In really, really good shape.
Burton Custom Bindings (Older version. Not sure what year)
Pics below.

I'm not looking to make top dollar on this.
I just want to get it out the door at a fair price to me and who ever buys it. Any suggestions on asking price?




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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 10:13 PM
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hey =)


how much did you buy it for?? how many times have you used it and is there any scratches etc..?

id say take about $70 - $100 or so off the price you got it for =)
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ill take it for whatever he says plus some =D lemme know.
and ship on this continent lol.
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ill take it for whatever he says plus some =D lemme know.
and ship on this continent lol.
Well there's your answer! lol It is worth as much as he is willing to pay for it. hahaha Although I am not one in the market to buy such a thing, I would say that the whole setup would be worth at least $250...just my $0.02 though...
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ill take it for whatever he says plus some =D lemme know.
and ship on this continent lol.
Ha! Seriously interested in it? I was going to put it on locals craigslist and eBay...but if someone from here wants it, I guess that works too.

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Now is a tough time since most of the board shops (at least the ones in the NE) just started serious sales...I've seen sales of 20%-40% off depending on the set-up. If people can buy a new board and bindings for $350/400 you could probably only get $250/300...

I'd just post it to Craigslist and ask people to make serious offers - I've done that before without actually giving a price and have gotten a bunch of offers (some of $1, but mostly serious) within a day or two...you then could choose to accept one of them or try to renegotiate with somebody...
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$230 bucks?

It either I buy something used now, or go to my local shop when it re-opens in August, or closes in May to get some good deals. Let me know. Is it an all mountain board?
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$230 bucks?

It either I buy something used now, or go to my local shop when it re-opens in August, or closes in May to get some good deals. Let me know. Is it an all mountain board?
Send me a PM!

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