|November 15th, 2007, 12:05 PM||#4|
Join Date: 11-13-07
Location: Berkley MI
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So I asked for info...
And here is what I got:
Hi there and sorry for the late reply.
The car is still available for sale. This is a 2000 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Coupe 4x4, 4.0L Manual, ONLY 43600 Miles, VIN 1J4FA59S8YP789715.
It is in EXCELLENT condition; the body and paint are great, no scratches and no dents; the interior is clean; it has never been involved in an accident.
Here you can find more pictures with the car:
(if the above link does not work copy and paste it into a new web browser window)
I'm an US Air Force Lieutenant currently stationed in UK. And the car is here with me. It was bought in the US and shipped to Europe, but it was never permanently registered here, the car is still registered in the US.
The car is for sale locally as well, but there are slim chances of this to happen. First of all this is a US model car, with the steering wheel on the left side, as opposed to a UK model, that has the steering wheel on the right side. And second, in order to be able to register this car here in UK the buyer would have to pay very high import/custom taxes that will double the price. So I decided to sell the car back in the US.
As I'm unable to travel in the near future and I don't have anyone back home to help me with the sale I decided to make this transaction through eBay.
So how this actually works? Simple: the buyer sends the payment to eBay and they hold the money until the car is delivered; I ship the car to US; I get my money only after the buyer receives the car and makes sure everything is as agreed. I believe this protects both buyer and seller and it's the right way to do this.
The final price is $6,000 including shipping from Europe to the US and delivery to your home address.
So if you decide to buy this car or need further information please get back to me as soon as possible.
Thank you and have a great day,
Lt. Paul Nemitz
I smell a scam......
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