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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #360 on: 2018.June.15. 14:13:19 »
Maybe not. No shipping outside of Germany.
Yes. But at least let's try to ask him. In many cases, I could agree with the seller about international shipping, even when it is originally not specified. But it can depend on your country, it is possible he says no for Hungary, but says yes for England (for example).
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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #361 on: 2018.June.15. 15:20:45 »
My point was that the price will not be a determinant.
Not everyone wants to ask.
Some of buyers give up such offers immediately.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #362 on: 2018.June.20. 13:47:29 »
I have an opportunity to receive goods to a german address. So don't stop bidding!

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #363 on: 2018.June.20. 13:51:11 »
I saw the description of the item. He is a hunagrian guy who sells the EP, he wants to make money. In germany the collectors giving out more money for that treasure.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #364 on: 2018.June.20. 14:04:11 »
He is a hunagrian guy who sells the EP
Where you see this?

I think it is a German huy who is previously bought the machine from Hungary.

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, he wants to make money. In germany the collectors giving out more money for that treasure.
Then more better idea put to the UK Ebay, because much more interest for the EP in UK.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #365 on: 2018.June.20. 15:21:23 »
I don't think he wants to make huge amounts of money. A proffesional seller doesn't risk to have a poor sale starting the bid on only an Euro, nor sells only in one country.

On the other side, He knows about the Mephisto64 variant. Does the average Hungarian Enterprise owner know that?

On the state/condition of the item he says:


“Ich verkaufe alle meine Klassik-Computer als defekt, auch wenn ich sie geprüft habe und sie scheinbar gut funktionieren. Allerdings kann man bei so alten Geräten einfach keine Garantie übernehmen.”

"I sell all my classic computers as broken, even though I've tested them and they seem to work well. However, you can not guarantee with such old devices. "


So I think he is honest, not a regular seller, but in the past he has put some other computers for sale.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #366 on: 2018.June.20. 18:11:45 »
Where you see this?

I think it is a German huy who is previously bought the machine from Hungary.
Then more better idea put to the UK Ebay, because much more interest for the EP in UK.

He speaks in the description like an old man to a small children, with no respect. Like the owner were friend of the buyer. This is not common in Germany. Only foreigner makes this, because it is easier to speak, they don't understand the difference. There is no that kind of speech in the english language.
 (In spanish there is two way also: "tu" or "usted", the second one is with more respect)
 (In hungarian : "magázás")

 Other side, no german never would say, "learn the hungarian to understand how to use the Enterprise" (because tha manual is hungarian).
 This is a Hungarian guy, living in Germany. He probably doesn't know, that he can have more money on E-Bay UK.

 He started a "1 Euro" bid, because more people will see that as usual. He knows, there was no EP on the Ebay before, that's why he knows someone will pay good money!

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #367 on: 2018.June.20. 18:30:52 »
You have convinced me... Only a Magyar would think that his language is easy....

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #368 on: 2018.June.20. 19:21:18 »
He knows about the Mephisto64 variant
He just copied the German Wikipedia article.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #369 on: 2018.June.20. 19:26:57 »
He knows about the Mephisto64 variant. Does the average Hungarian Enterprise owner know that?
Who is an average Hungarian EP owner? I think I am. I know about the Mephisto64. The average owner goes to the EP Club and knows about things like that. :D
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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #370 on: 2018.June.20. 20:31:36 »
You don't need to be an "average Hungarian EP owner" to know that - He cites German Wikipedia in his auction text.

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« Reply #371 on: 2018.June.20. 20:43:39 »
Now I realise, you Hungarians have a high level of Enterprise knowledge...

Once in a time I used to think that I was the only "average" Enterprise user in all Spain....

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #372 on: 2018.June.25. 13:49:47 »
The auction is ended. The last bid was 136€.
This is the normal price for an Enterprise 128 here in Hungary as well.
Notice: That was not a "boxed" version.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #373 on: 2018.July.06. 20:39:52 »
Non working EP128 from Spain. Without PSU, but with two EP64 cartridges.

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