Gotta sell it off. No space to accommodate this sewing machine at my new flat. Everything is fine, except the front panel is missing. Haizz.
Sold it through ebay. Not a pleasant experience thou. I'd put $50 as a starting bid and $55, a mere $5 more, for the buy-it-now. Before bidding, this buyer sent me an email asking if I could sell him at $50. I ignored it. Soon enough, I received the acknowledgement from ebay that the sewing machine was sold successfully - at the buy-it-now price, of course. Apparently was the same fellow. He still dare to send me sms asking if I could sell it at $50 and I said no, the price was very reasonable and the deal was final. A rough check online one could tell that market price for a similar item was ranging from $100 to $200. I did not wish to waste valuable time on such petty negotiation. Take it or leave it, but surely with a negative feedback on his account from me. Anyway, He did come and collect it on a Wed night. I was not at home and thus, I let my parents handled it. And guess what ?!, this motherfucker still asked the same old question ..... Oh Mind ! My dad simply told him not a cent less, then sat down, had his coffee and totally ignored him. Eventually, he paid the amount and carried the machine with the help of his maid. See the picture ! Someone who can hire a maid is so unbelievably cheapskate !!! If not of the seller's liability on ebay, I won't want to sell him at all.