Is this the kind of money that these go for?
I think the seller must have all his mates bidding for it, if not I'm off to take mine off and get it up on ebay
tosh mate they ain`t much more than that new! scammers :P
2007, Y plate 4life,
2010, 55 plate L200 4work++
March 2013, 11 plate Barbarian. Wrapped, OME all round, remapped to 210, straight piped 2.5" SS.
I paid £40 for mine with one bracket missing and a few scratches, defo a rip off..
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Nothing new in over the odds bids on eBay
Couple of examples:
Just recently a Series 2A (NOS) bulkhead sold for £2420-00, you can get a made to order
replica correct in every detail for £1500-00.
A pair of 'Sparto' rear lights sold for £116-99.
Same available from another source £75-00.
You just occasionally get people bidding who have more money than sense
For the last time, I don't drive a F***ing Jeep!
I flogged mine a while back on ebay. I'd seen they had been going for £50-150 so bunged mine on a starting price of £20 (what I paid for them 6 years ago) and they sold for £112 (I think). Ebay on the most part is a good place as you can check sellers previous transaction etc and see if you feel trusting enough to make a bid. The prob comes when selling as you have no idea what prat is going to bid on your stuff . I know you can place restrictions on who can place a bid but have found in the past that "REAL" dickheads have an account that can get past most of the criteria.
I think Stormforce hit the nail on the head in the topic about buying a trailer. Down in deepest darkest Devon/Cornwall , things either go for lots of money or go for feck all. I'm guessing that there is a lot less choice down here of stuff for sale but also, a lot less people bidding etc.
Surely the same most be true all the way up in Scotland too ?
I think ebay are a little lax when it comes to enforcing their own laws (unless you try and sell a photo of your car/truck to avoid the fees ...... ) I reported a seller for having hidden (white on white in the smallest print ever) keywords on the bottom of their listing. I wouldn't normally bother but whatever search I put in they kept coming up, they had nearly 500 keywords written on their listings. I reported it every day for nearly 2 months before ebay pulled any of their listings.
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