Well..actually, the auction DOES have a picture of the actual car, you must not have viewed the auction in it's entirety....however, the thing that gets me is....if you look at the SELLERS history, you'll see he has "sold" the exact same Bullitt just a week earlier...the description, mileage, color...everything is the same....is he up to no good? The person who bid on and won the Bullitt before has feedback from this transaction, so that is a good indicator the deal went through....but the guy now is selling another Bullitt, identical to the first one?!?!?!
Beware of sellers with only ONE transaction! I have over 355+ positive feedbacks!
he probably had a friend bid on it the first time to drive the price and interest up.. a few months back there was a 70 boss 302 for sale on e-bay... the car is locally owned by ''garrys toys'' and listed by them on the ebay sale as seller. they wanted 29,995 and bidding was slow so one of their people bid and kept bidding on the car. it ''sold'' the winning bidder left positive feedback... the car was still for sale at ''garrys toys'' and was re-listed a few weeks later..
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