bob turner wrote:I like to wander around at OSW - not sell stuff.
If you know someone with a table who will allow you space, put a price on it and a "Do Not Handle" sign in front of it. Wear a bright colored shirt so the table owner can spot you and call you to the table if someone shows interest.
I would test it to make sure it runs, and try and figure out what road/roads owned it. Sometimes that is on the box. There is also a book done by Brian Marsh "Overland the 1st 10 years" that identifies OMI production for that period. You could also try E-mailing Brian and give the number on the box.
If you know what road/roads owned it, and if it runs, you will get more.
If you put it on Feebay you'll need a lot of good pics and the same information. Nobody wants a pig in a poke.
If you sell it at a show there is no packing. They hand you the money, you hand them the model.