I think a lot of people are seeing this radio as you are. Compared to other
non-restored radios on eBay. (I think that is how your are comparing the
BIN price. Right?). I purchased this one unrestored and non functional for
about 50 bucks plus shipping (wish I kept the box and cost sticker now).
There is no profit only expense in the shipping cost. That is shipping and
new materials only.
Still it looks like I MUST find a cheaper way of packing and shipping.
> $67 from PA to IL is way out of line. The actual shipping via UPS ground
> is under $20. (at 30 lbs in a 20x20x20 box)
> I also think your BIN price is out of line for that radio. I typically
> see those and sell them for under $100. But you have to set your price at
> what you feel comfortable.
> But don't try to quadruple the shipping costs to make more money.
>> I have for auction eBay item 6590952746 ( I'm not promoting this here).
>> I have been questioned on the shipping costs.
>> Before I explain the whys and wherefores please look over the listing,
>> try the shipping calculator, read my replies to questions asked and
>> comment back here if you think I screwed something up or not..
>> As to not to color your replies, I will reserve my current feelings and
>> comments until I hear back from you.
>> I am not a "Power Seller" by any means. So I have little experience
>> shipping these vintage and lovingly restored radios. I appreciate your