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Conspiracy, collusion, cahoots......wow, this is getting exciting, but very few hard facts and lots of speculation. More intriguing to me is who's Bparker? His one and only post on this site is two words under this thread on June 20th...'it's back.' Is he part of the conspiracy, collusion, cahoots? Will he surface again on this site? Is he a long lost member coming back to haunt us with two word posts? Is he even a 'he.' Maybe it's Bonnie Parker. Only the shadow knows.
Hey now I'm just a guy who is looking to get a Nova for himself. I read this post about this car a few weeks back. When I noticed it on Ebay figured you guys might get a kick out of it. Now I'll just go back into my shadow in the corner and wait.
Well for starters if a guy knows what a correct Yenko is worth then he probably knows that this car is NOT one.
Also he expects us to believe that he paid a $2,000 deposit, flew to Rochester, found out the car and the seller were phonies and just forked over the other $11,000 and tucked tail and headed for home
Guess he never thought to take legal actions for false representation There are proper channels through eBay buyer protection for just this sort of thing
Guess he never thought of simply refusing to go through with the deal when the seller couldn't produce the docs
and demanding his deposit back one way or the other
Then again maybe he's just a non-confrontational type
Pretty obvious they're all in cahoots if you ask me JMO
I'm quite certain that he did pay the deposit. I know someone who bid on a Camaro this DB had on Ebay just prior to the Nova, only the listing didn't read NON-REFUNDABLE deposit. Paypal insurance required Paypal to reimburse him for the deposit as that car too was bogus (original LT1 car). If twisted-sister had listed that car as non-refundable, my friend wouldn't have bid, and Pay-Bay would have given him the finger if he did; they refuse to get involved between sellers and bidders.
The guy who was schnooked on the "Yenkoolio Nova" faced a non-refundable listing and had no chance after paying the deposit. Personally, I think Ebay sides with sellers so that they can collect their fees. Caveat Emptor
WOW this one is fun. Couple more things that don't add up. Looking at the current nova pics vs the stang pics.Looks like the time of the year is different. Xmas wreath still on the door,cars covered,boats covered and on the trailers.
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