Originally Posted by LowLyfe83
Wow that is kinda odd, unless of course it is him selling the car... because to me they look identical.
Okay, the lead image in the eBay ad is obviously a copy of pontiac1983'* from his cardomain.com page. (Unfortunately the seller pulled his own copy of the image; if he was just pointing to pontaic1983'* original file, then all pontiac1983 would have to do is rename his image on his website, and *poof* -- the eBay listing image goes up in smoke.)
The rest of the eBay images appear to be of the actual car for sale, or at least not pontiac1983'* car, and are sufficiently detailed (e.g. mileage showing, interior shots, datestamp in the corner of the image, etc.) that any buyer would know if they weren't taking delivery of the same car they had been bidding on. The eBay shots show a factory stereo, aftermarket walnut dash trim, different steering wheel, and wear and tear not shown in pontiac1983'* photos on his own webpage.
Bottom line: I think the eBay seller snagged the lead image off of pontiac1983'* listing because he thought it looked cool as an attention-getter for his own ad. Boneheaded, but that'* all. pontiac1983 should notify eBay about it.