dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jan 23 13:03:11 PST 2007
There was a problem with the crashed bike. The seller disappeared and the shipper could not contact him. I'm afraid I sent him a frustrated email and it kind of ticked him off. I just found out that he had to go out of town because a nephew was sick and his laptop was down and his cell phone had no service where he was. So now, since I've ticked him off, he wants to back out of the deal and send my check back. I sent him another email apologizing to him and explaining to him about the bad experience with the clutch and all. I hope he accepts my apology and goes ahead with the deal. We shall see.
dominatr37 <dominatr37 at optonline.net> wrote: <Cincinatti had less than 8 minutes left on the auction and the bid was only
$55 with no reserve. So, I thought, what the hey, I'll throw $75 at it and
see what happens. Surely somebody will outbid me. Well, to my shock and
disbelief, nobody else bid and I won the dang thing for $56. Somebody get me
So what happened to the $1000 crashed bike? Is that coming too? Are you
going to be our parts house for the forseeable future?
Ralph L. Angelo Jr.
Author of "Help! they're all out to get me!
The motorcyclists guide to surviving the everyday world."
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