Awww C'mon!! Really?? in General Automotive Talk (Trucks and Cars) Posted August 18, 2016 · Edited August 18, 2016 by peteski Here is a good example of the craziness the current eBay fee structure creates (no listing or initial price fees whether the item sells or not).I've been watching this little gem on eBay for over 2 years now. Listed for $129 with no takers. They keep re-listing it continuously while in the meantime dozens of the same model are being sold in a range of $10- $40 dollars. Here is one currently available for $30 BYN.Why do I care? Couple of years ago I started looking for that model (I used to own a full-size '77 T-Bird). I found that $129 listing but I kept on looking for something more affordable and found one for $15. When I asked the $129 seller what makes their model worth $129, they (as expected) ignored my comment. So I decided to watch their listing and they are still looking for that sucker who doesn't know any better and will buy a $129 Matchbox-size diecast toy.If eBay had their old fee structure still in place, this type of activity would not be happening. It is as simple as that. And nobody can convince me that the $129 seller is not simply looking for a sucker who has more brains than money. I don't think that this is what "the American Way" to do business means.