Guy has a buy it now on a Vista (it's not ready yet but almost) for $250.
Must come with some high cap mags. or ammo!
Plus $20 shipping.....Think you can get this for $99 shipped for tower with some coupons or chaeaper if your a club member. Do people ever check before they post stuff, or do they just toss it out for some poor newbie to bite.
You see that on EBAY specifically with new sellers they put a high price on it to start. they need a fair starting price then let the bidding frenzy drive up the price.
I have seen kits that you can still buy go for more than what you can buy it from the dealer funny how some folks just don't do research before bidding.
We go close to a foot of snow went out and shoveled last night so the wife could get in from work. Then used the snow blower this morning to finish it off. Winds really ripping right now!
The south keeps looking better as I get older.
$250....i'll go $300,do i hear $350,$400.....sold to the newbe who didn't know better for $450.
another similar ebay situation is the syma 107s coaxial helie i bought my boys for christmas. they cost $30 shipped and is the best $30 spent for a indoor helie....so why do some sellers have the exact same helie for $80 or more....why would anyone buy from them with others in the same list so cheap,no idea.
narrow is the place to land...wide is the space to crash....choose the narrow way!
nope,but i wouldn't be surprised. how much were they going for.
i just charged my new syma107 and get such a kick outa flying it in the bedroom ....off the dresser hover over the bed looking for a smooth part of the blanket to land...lol...seeing how close to the ceiling without hitting it and hovering over my Lil dogs ,one get jumpy. my avatar couldn't care less where the helie is. and of coarse fly in front of the air conditioner during the summer.thats a challenge. like i said...the best $30 bucks spent having indoor flying fun