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BELLE EWART, ONT

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  Hi all, how do you guys deal with selling parts to a friend.

Im upgrading the transmission in my car and a friend wants my transmission, it is a m-21 muncie that could use 2nd gear synchronizes, pops out of second gear once in a while 

other then that it works fine.

It comes with a lakewood scatter shield and a  shifter, what would be a fair buddy price ?

Thanks for any input.

RR



-- Edited by Hotrodron on Monday 14th of January 2019 06:17:48 PM

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CLINTON, ONT

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1500-1800 . 

 



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FOXBORO, ONT

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1400-1500 as it needs some work and how good a buddy is he from there.

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MILTON, ONT

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Acquaintance... $1250...Buddy $900...Friend... You give it to him then go to his place while he installs it and drink all his beer, tell him everything he is doing wrong and hide all his 10mm sockets and wrenches.

 



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69SS454 wrote:

Acquaintance... $1250...Buddy $900...Friend... You give it to him then go to his place while he installs it and drink all his beer, tell him everything he is doing wrong and hide all his 10mm sockets and wrenches.

 


 WINNER !!  I like this one.



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BELLE EWART, ONT

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Thanks guys, drinking all his beer sounds like a plan

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FOXBORO, ONT

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69SS454 wrote:

Acquaintance... $1250...Buddy $900...Friend... You give it to him then go to his place while he installs it and drink all his beer, tell him everything he is doing wrong and hide all his 10mm sockets and wrenches.

 


 thanks s/s, i was being polite but you pretty much nailed it.  lmao



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BRANTFORD, ONT

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Would you just give your buddy $300. ?!?! If not, why cut him a deal ? There are favours which can be given with no obligation or they can be asked in return. But when it comes to the sale of an item, everybody pays the same.  And why should he expect a deal anyway ??



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Would your friend give you a deal on anything?

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