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Monday, December 10, 2012

#500: ebay : How long will it last?

Any guesses on how long this lasts on ebay?

 



I just listed #500 in a 10 day auction, with a lot of information on Show or Display. I included my letter, and explanations  however I am sure it will get taken down a couple of times.  Starting bid is just $10,000 for BNR32-100500. 1990 Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo.

#500 and #383


Removed today:

"You recently listed the following listing:

221165413671 - Nissan : GT-R Nismo


Unfortunately, we had to remove your listing because the following information violates our policy:

"1990 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R"

Here's some more information about our imported vehicles policy:

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In our effort to ensure a positive online trading experience for all our members, we have developed several policies and requirements relating to the sale of these items. For example, under federal law it's illegal to import (or sell previously imported) motor vehicles and equipment if they have not received advance certification from the United States Department of Transportation."

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