DSUZU wrote:Some people honestly have no idea what they are getting for gas mileage. I remember seeing a second gen Trooper on ebay a few years back. Seller said it regularly gets 35 MPG. I felt like commenting that if it does, I'll buy it outright. My father in law had a Chevy S-10 extra cab and he said he was getting 30 MPG. I don't think he was trying to lie, but I don't think he was getting 30 MPG either. Some are B.S. others are just wrong. Dennis
DSUZU wrote:Didn't call it out, but I flagged it: 1999 Vehicross for 1900.00. I'm sure it was a scam. Dennis
N law wrote:I drove 6 hours to look at a vehicle yesterday only to show up and find out the photos were 10 years old and the motor was frozen. The crazy lady was telling me that if we could break the engine free, it'll run. I offered half of what she was asking and she said no. Then I went home and wrote another ad with MY photos of the vehicle and explained that the engine was locked up. I've already received a few " thanks for the heads up" responses. I was pissed.
DSUZU wrote:Well, while I didn't call him out, I did just flag the 3 ads for a super clean 1991 LS Trooper (92K miles). He's asking 3800, which may be a tad steep for CL, but really, 3 adds in a row. That's overposting. I don't get idiots that think that by posting their ad 5 times, it will make someone buy the item. to me, it makes them look desperate. Felt good when 2 of the ads dropped as soon as I flagged them. That means someone else had already flagged them. Dennis
DSUZU wrote:In Florida (boat capital?) it is a misdemeanor to sell a boat and NOT deliver the title within 10 days. If the boat does not have a title and you can't track down the last registered owner, the only way you will get a title is to go to court and petition the court to grant you a title. And you'd think that the state with probably the most derelict boats would come up with some kind of a simple law to grant a title to someone willing to remove and claim a derelict boat. I see these CL no title boat deals all the time. On occasion, someone will post the Fla law on boat titles. Dennis
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