Shooot No! BBY and I was making fun earlier about the type of ads we see on C'list that sell or don't sell the item. I was commenting on my relative success in being able to sell my rider refurbs, by describing the tiniest detail. The more a prospective buyer reads about what got them to look at the ad in the first place, you need to hold their interest with the details, and provide nice photo's that show good angles and good light. Then they need to feel like it will hold up for them and not be a POS that will break down on the next pass around the yard. So the prettier they are the better, but if you describe the mechanical positives, the items replaced, that make it more reliable, that makes them want to look at it and then, hopefully, buy it. So far, it works pretty well for me.You can't be serious, Hank!? That's 700 miles! And that's if you live in Nashville.
BTW, that's "Don't mess with Texas." It refers to littering. lol