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  • dfwidner
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    these boots were made.....

    thanks for the good wishes. this car begs to be driven.
    i can't wait to get in it in the am.

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  • SCA1
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    Glad to see the car got a new home and went to someone that plans on fully enjoying it.

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  • dfwidner
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    can't wait for a real muddy day!

    i send some pics of your car doing its 4x4 imitation
    and the video of us cutting the coil cap away!

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  • 155///MPH
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    I'm so glad you are happy with the car. It was REALLY hard watching it go. Sans the fire belching, the transaction was wonderful. It's great that the car went to someone so excited about it. Watch out for the mod bug!!

    And if anyone is curious, I believe Dave is planning on daily driving the car. Even though I seem to have spent ALL of my free time for the past 8 months detailing the car. . . . . . :borg:

    JP

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  • dfwidner
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    mine now!

    thanks 155 for such a nice delivery,sans the fire belching moment.
    the car is truly wonderful and after the cats at motorsport connections,which you owe your life to, fixed the minor plug wire issue we drove 1100 event free miles. that is if you call 100mph through the night event free!
    thanks again ,jp, a true southern gentleman you are.

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  • JLee
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    this thread dates back to last year....

    jeff

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  • iluvm3s
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    THe car is sold, damn that fast, I didn't even see the pics yet. Damn

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  • 155///MPH
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    Car is sold.

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  • TeamM3
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    thanks for the insight

    $20k would have been my limit, but I'm not exactly Mr Moneybags

    good luck in finding the right buyer

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  • 155///MPH
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    I was trying to build interest in the car. Seeing it posted high initially may have deterred potential bidders. Also, by starting the price low, you are able to build bid inertia.

    I really was just using Ebay as an advertising avenue. I had nearly 8000 hits in one week. Nearly twice what most of the other listing would have had at best.

    Thanks for the interest,

    JP

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  • TeamM3
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    just curious, as I am not at all familiar with eBay; why not just list you're reserve as the starting bid if you aren't willing to go below that?

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  • 155///MPH
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    Around mid-twenties. . .

    I'm still negotiating a sale outside of Ebay if anyone else is interested.

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  • TeamM3
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    ok, what was the reserve?

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  • TeamM3
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    thanks!!!

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  • 155///MPH
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    TeamZ4 - PM Sent

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