Deal of a lifetime or SCAM??

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  1. darthcual

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    Everyones sed it right NEVER, EVER, EVER buy a car that you cannot test drive for yourself. Even if its standing right in front of you. I am looking into buying a cobra myself and the first place i went to (a tote the note car lot) they wouldnt let me test drive. See ya! thats all i need to know. Their are many fish in the sea so they lost a sale.
     
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    this same one had a Jeep suv.. my daughter had looked at it. It is a scam..
    how interesting,.,. the price was too good to be true. Someone would have to be stupid to buy it without seeing it in person.
     
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    never buy anything from another country because there is nothing you can do to get your money back. I got ripped off buying a TB from a guy in Canada that listed it in classifieds. I contacted the govt and everything and it basically came down that they cant do anything about it.
     
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    The main reason I bought my auto 94 GT and not the 5spd accross the street was because the ******* sales guy at that lot wouldn't let me test drive it, and told me to "go get my dad." Yea, I guess according to him, college guys can't buy cars w/o their parents. So I just walked across the street got in the other Mustang, drove it and bought it the next day. Morale of the story, if I can't drive it, I won't buy it.

    Here's the title to the listing of one of the recently removed auctions on ebay: 1967 FORD MUSTANG (SHELBY) - BIN $6600 There are about 6+ of the listings on ebay that can still be viewed that have been removed.
     
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  6. 1999SVTVert

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    This really was pulled from the dead-

    If you type the VIN in the original scam ad into google it pulls some stuff up-

    The VIN# car that the scammer pulled from somewhere just sold on Ebay a couple of weeks ago:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/01-C...QitemZ4610744667QQcategoryZ6236QQcmdZViewItem

    Kind of interesting. Seller has owned it for 3 1/2 years - $22,000 w/ a Vortec in it- Guess he didn't get it shipped from Greece!!:rlaugh:
     
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  7. harrisonfiveo

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    Tell them you have a friend over there thats going to look at it and purchase it for you....see what they say:nice:
     
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