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Old 03-11-2007, 11:32 PM   #11
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I'm interested. Not for sure, but if its a good car, I will see what I can do. I don't understand why they didn't wash it for pictures.
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If they were careless enough to put a dent in the car, they could have been careless with maintenance of the car
im sorry, but like i said ITS ONLY A DENT big or small dends happen, hell they might not have been anyware near the car when that happend, maybe someone hit it in a parking lot, maybe it was random vandolisim? you dont know, and to lump a car with only 1 into the catigory of cars with pour maintanance is just kinda dumb IMO
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how much do they want for it..my dad is in the market for a 96-99 right now. Hes also significantly closer to ohio than I am
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Hmm my cousin that lives with me is looking for something with a S2 L67, preferabilily a Bonne. We are less then 60 miles away so I'll talk to him tomorrow about this one.


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Make sure it'* not a scam first. I've heard of scams being run with second chance offers from ebay.
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I'm angered. I had that car on my watch list and eBay never notified me as it was coming to a close (like they ALWAYS do). The next time I checked My eBay the bidding was already over.

I seriously contemplated making a bid on that car. For $1,575, that'* a heck of a price! I might email him and see about making a little road trip to check it out....
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Ok, the link I posted, anyone can click that, and click the buy it now. It says the auction ended, but that is the page for the second chance offer, so anyone that is interested, click the buy it now button, and buy it! What a deal! So scratch my offer of the buying it for you and stuff as I don't need to do it.
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I just talked to the seller. His eBay credentials were compromised. This makes sense because the high bid was $2000, so why would he offer it to you for $1575? Seems to me that the second chance offer would be to the guy that bid up to $2000, not you.

Anywho, it'* all fake...and yet another reason why I'm getting fed up with eBay. Their security is going down the tubes.
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Funny thing is this is the THIRD time this has "happened" to this guy. I think He is a scammer working with someone else trying to make a quick buck.
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Funny thing is this is the THIRD time this has "happened" to this guy. I think He is a scammer working with someone else trying to make a quick buck.
That'* insane.

Either he is working with someone, or isn't very bright. He must be believing those fake scam e-mails that look like they're from eBay. I get those stupid things all the time...
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