The Many Faces of Schwinn head badge books for sale


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CWCMAN

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Mar 2, 2014
2,611
3,706
Sunny Southern California
#22
Barry,
If there's enough interest to justify re-printing the book, I say go for it, but I would recommend getting the money up front from the interested parties otherwise you may end up not hearing back from some of the people that committed to buying it.
 

Saving Tempest

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Feb 6, 2012
4,419
2,683
53
Earth (Middle)
#23
I'm broke until next month and after that my HUD rent more than doubles...Every other year it yo-yos and then comes back down but this year it's silly. That I would have to budget and see, and it's not cheap to run a second printing I don't think. You tell me.
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
17,417
20,311
Evans, GA
#25
I agree with CWCman. I think you have tappedvthis market and may get some onesies and twosies here and there but unless you are getting interest from other places you may get stuck holding a bunch of these. Jus my 2c V/r Shawn
 

barnyguey

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Apr 7, 2012
5,536
4,398
Rathdrum, Idaho
#26
I agree with CWCman. I think you have tappedvthis market and may get some onesies and twosies here and there but unless you are getting interest from other places you may get stuck holding a bunch of these. Jus my 2c V/r Shawn
True, but I listed five of them for sale in the selling section (first time I did this) and by the next morning all five had sold. I also got a bunch of emails and phone calls. Six different bike shops said they wanted a book, but I sold those books other people now. So I don't know. I do need some for the September swap meet, and I need some for next years Memory Lane Swap meet.

Has anyone ever sold on the Amazon Market Place? How do they treat you? Is it a rip off like the self publishing outfits?
 
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schwinnlax

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 14, 2016
107
144
52
La Crosse, WI
#29
You're better off selling on ABE or Allibris book selling sites, they take 10%, same as e-bay.

I'm interested in a copy of the book when you have stock.
 
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Steve Wilson

On Training Wheels
Nov 11, 2018
5
1
64
Gilbert Arizona
#35
You're better off selling on ABE or Allibris book selling sites, they take 10%, same as e-bay.

I'm interested in a copy of the book when you have stock.
I would be interested in a copy also. I am on a fixed income( 100% disabled vet) so disposable income isn't easy to come by but I will get it for a book like this one! Put me on that list please. Thanks.
 

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