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I have many inherited Train Cabs, Engines, Parts, Etc.
Would like to try and sell it all. Too much to list.

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Post under Trading Post. If you can, why not take a photo of different
lots and post them. When you upload pictures, reduce pixelization
to no more than 1000 across.

I'm pretty stocked up myself, but some friendly advice, I've
liquidated three very large model train estates. Ebay is an
expensive hassle, and secondly, model trains, particularly the
older stuff that got bequeathed to you, is really not worth
very much. Sorry, but that is our reality in this day and age
of video games.

I suggest you post lots, under "Trading Post" and take the
best offer, plus shipping you can get. I'm not a buyer, but
I've been a seller. Don't expect much, but thank you for
checking us out.
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I have many inherited Train Cabs, Engines, Parts, Etc.
Would like to try and sell it all. Too much to list.

Originally posted by Bng1972 - March 25 2020 :  3:07:51 PM



The key thing in ebay selling is to know what you have, and then be patient. Genuinely valuable items will sell themselves. On down the line, other techniques can work.
Cheaper items will sell better in groupings or lots. Use the 'make offer' option as well, sometimes it helps and may even surprise you. Many times I have got offers above what I was asking.
ebay is a very fickle market - you just never know for sure what is going to sell.
I have yet to figure out how this Wuhan Virus scare is affecting buying and selling. I've slowed down to about nothing, just to avoid trips to the PO.
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