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Old 07-04-2014, 12:38 AM
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But it sure was fun to think about.....
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I was thinking the same thing. I'd love to know who got it and what they plan on doing with it.
I emailed the seller to ask if he'd help me get in touch with the buyer, I haven't heard anything back from him yet.

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But it sure was fun to think about.....
Yeah, it sure would be fun to dream about all the cars and trucks I'd like but time is running out.
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Old 07-04-2014, 05:16 PM
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Yeah, it sure would be fun to dream about all the cars and trucks I'd like but time is running out.
I took care of that Bob - While I was dreaming about that Truck I dreamed up A UFO that came down and zapped my age and health back 40 years
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Old 07-05-2014, 05:34 PM
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Dick, I thought you had an experience like a while back.
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Ya, a UFO did visit me but we just sat in the backyard and #edu*fqqw a while - Didn't even think then to ask if they could do something like that
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Well, that seems normal
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Well lookie here. Now he is selling just the trailer.
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I thought he sold it? LOL. This kind of nonsense is why I don't trust ebay any further than I can throw it nowadays. I wonder what happened? I wonder if he just shut his own auction down with a shill bidder because the price was too low for his liking, or did the buyer refuse to take it, etc.?
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I can't see that the trailer is worth anything other than to a museum. Where you going to keep it?
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I thought he sold it? LOL. This kind of nonsense is why I don't trust ebay any further than I can throw it nowadays. I wonder what happened? I wonder if he just shut his own auction down with a shill bidder because the price was too low for his liking, or did the buyer refuse to take it, etc.?

Ebay has become a joke. Just this past week I "won" 3 vehicle auctions. Every one of them was NO reserve. My bids were very low and no one else bid. Now the sellers (2 of them) are refusing to sell them because it didn't bring the money. Ebay doesn't consider auto sales and real estate to be binding because of various state and federal laws. Despite what any seller may put on the ads, if neither party wants to follow through, there is nothing that can be done. That leaves a lot of no sales, etc. Also a lot of sellers are running up bids uses ghost bids. Ebay needs to start requiring buyers to provide some form of assure. A 10 year old can get a buyers account on ebay and bid away (of course not legally) but that invites problems.
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