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Ok I'm talking to myself now. But I'm high bidder in the low 20's. This is as close as I will come to ever owning this thing. :lol

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Did you see that this is the second owner of the vehicle already?

What's the deal with that?
 
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SSR #15 Removed from E-bay

The sellerr removed it from e-bay this afternoon - the list stated there was a problem with the reserve (of which there was none). Things that make you go hmmmm....
 

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I really figured it was just a fishing expedition anyway, maybe it will relist but I doubt it. I really was odd to not have a reserve.

hmmmm hmmmm
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2 owners

In the description it stated that it was the second owner selling it.
 

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Carfax shows a title was first issued in Michigan. Then five months later a title was issued in Ohio (Second owner). Then within one week it was issued a title in Nevada. Looks like it's been in Nevada since 10/2003.
 

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Where to get that SSR hat?

In the e-bay pics, there is a nice black SSR cap. Anyone know if it is available?

Thanks :) :cool
 

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Off topic a bit but something ebayers should know

ps I never trust anyone with 0 feedback on ebay anyway. All EBAY users warning, a friend of mine bought a Yamaha outboard on EBAY from someone with 0 feedback. So he paypals her, and starts pressing her for delivery. After a few days, she sends some crazy tracking number from a company in RUSSIA. He is pretty computer smart so he does some real quick checking and finds out it is a fake tracking number. He calls his seller back, and this poor woman had set up an ebay and paypal account in her name for some con artists overseas (or even here maybe). The deal is they solicit people and say since they are overseas they can't set up a US account. They get the first mark to set up the accounts and auction the item. The second mark buys they item, paypals, and then the first mark Western Unions to an overseas account. By the time the delivery doesn't happen, the overseas guys are long gone, and the first mark is stuck having to refund. The 2nd mark is possibly out if they don't rapidly recover thru paypal.

My friend was whining - he was like "My 400 US dollars probably bought someone a new house" I laughed, he can afford it - problem is the first mark was an unemployed woman in alabama with no money who thought she was starting a new career. sad.
 
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