Now, I recently sold our old Ford Ranger (more gutless and rustier than any bay I've ever owned) as spares or repairs on Facebook. The buyer turned up, bought it, and a couple of days later it was back up for a few hundred quid more and a slightly less honest description. I noticed it had sold within an hour, and then, a couple of days later, the next person had it back up for sale with an even less honest description and another few hundred quid on the price tag. All in all, quite a humorous situation - my conscience is clear and I've watched a truck fit for the scrapyard click up more miles over the last few weeks, travelling between owners, than its covered in the last five years. But then a bay came up for sale, also on Facebook, for £1500: one family owner since 1980, they just couldn't afford the welding and wanted it to go to someone who'd give it the love, blood, and bank drain it deserves. I messaged a couple of mates who'd love it as an affordable project and registered immediate interest on their behalf, but it had already gone. Ah well, never mind. Fast forward a few days and the lucky new owner has done sweet Fanny Adams apart from pick it up, cart it a couple of miles down the road, and put it back up for sale at three times the price!!! And I'm positively apoplectic about it. Am I being hypocritical here? I find it fairly humorous that a battered old ranger can be flipped from pillar to post and fair play to each new owner who's made a quick Bob out of it... but the bay???? Why am I so angry that someone's done exactly the same? Is it the fact that its being priced out of some deserving person's price bracket thats riled me? Or is it the brazenly cashing in on the bus scene without even attempting to hide the fact that you've not put an ounce of effort into making more than a good few quid??? Its a funny old world.