Spot the turbo game?

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bernie
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Spot the turbo game?

Post by bernie » 10 Feb 2004, 02:07

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... gory=18174
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Well go on then[:D][:D][:D][}:)]

philhoward

Post by philhoward » 10 Feb 2004, 02:21

Shock..[:0] Horror..[:0]
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Someone's knicked it!!![:o)]
Great reason to bid it up so he pays top wack for sellers fees..Then decline it because "it ain't what it says on the tin.."[}:)]

Jon

Post by Jon » 10 Feb 2004, 14:52

He's amended the listing, no mention of the Turbo now!

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Post by bernie » 10 Feb 2004, 17:03

That's ruined the bloody game[:(][:(][:(]

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Post by tomsheppard » 12 Feb 2004, 19:11

sorry guys for spoiling the fun; I rumbled 'im a couple of days ago and emailed a "question". He didn't get back to me. Obviously a dealer trying his luck. Had it been his own car, he would have known that:-)

Jon

Post by Jon » 12 Feb 2004, 22:39

I would have hoped everyones eagle eyes would have spotted the yellow plastic vehicle ID keyring with the car type and registration number written on it, in the interior shot.

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Post by reblack68 » 14 Feb 2004, 13:46

He didn't say he wasn't a dealer. Isn't £485 an awful lot to pay for an unseen car that age? Time to put my Escort on Ebay methinks.