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Headhoncho

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Hello Guys & Gals,

Just happened across your site and trying to get acquainted with things and was curious if anyone would be interested in putting a value on an old school Alva Litebeam deck I have. It was handed down to me by my older brother's friend. A little before my time when i used to skate my Santa Cruz Rob Roskopp with my Rector knee pads. Feel free to shoot me a line. Nice to meet all of you and would appreciate any help I can get.

Thanks, Brian[smile]
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Ebay will answer your question......the highest bid on it will more or less tell you the current value of it as the value is really only what someone is willing to pay for it.
Headhoncho

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Thank you. Appreciate your help[smile]

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Ive already given him all the most current info on his Alva, before this intro ever happened -- he is fishing around now  [comp]


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Just happened across your site...........


Says the guy who registered 11 months ago?  For fuck's sake. Post up two more comments or replies...any two in any forum or thread and then you get to do what you really want: post up a for sale in the Buy Sell Trade section.  If it has any sentimental value to you, why do you care what it's worth?  Obviously, grow some nads and stop sneaking around trying to get info on value when all you really want to do is sell it. Like ghandi said, list the damn thing on eBay and if you really don't want to sell it, add a ridiculously high reserve.  High bid may not give you the value, but at least an idea of what at least one person is willing to pay for it.  If someone here wants it, they know how to search on eBay.  

Not really trying to be mean.  But we've seen this same thing dozens and dozens of times.  BTW, if rckser has given you the details you seek - other than fishing for a buyer - he has one of the most amazing and comprehensive vintage collections of any member here.  His info is solid gold.

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We need to start charging commission on valuations. I just took our old family rings for valuation, and it cost $300+.

Honcho, how about 15% of the sale price?
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Once again.......ebay top bidder will give you the value.
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And some people wonder why some newbs get a hard time around here, this is a perfect example of why.

Stop fucking about Headhoncho and be honest - You want to sell your deck!

You've been provided with stellar info from someone who knows what's up. Take his advice or leave it, but do the rest of us a favour and go away. We aren't here for you to tout your deck around hoping for an unrealistic price. We created some simple rules for new people to follow when they joined the forum for good reason.....We don't know you and are unlikely to deal with you.

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