Found Great Model Rr Site On E-bay

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by planeshavings42, Nov 2, 2007.

  1. Pitchwife

    Pitchwife Dreamer

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    I'd report him to eBay officials. Their reputation depends on getting rid of people like him.
  2. jbaakko

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    I've done that, never heard anything back. He might have deleted his account, and made a new one, which is not banned...
    Ect...
  3. jbaakko

    jbaakko Active Member

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    So guys, I just got my Palms in. They're great. The seller packed them perfectly, and they are well molded.

    They actually look really good on their own, though I'll have to weather them a bit so they don't all look the same. Pics this weekend.
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  5. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Those are very cool Josh! They almost make me want to imagine a Penn Central Branch in Florida. :)
    Ralph
  6. Pitchwife

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    I just got 500 N scale LPBs from them for $33. They look really good, except they are all Chinese. sign1sign1
  7. ModelSteamTrains

    ModelSteamTrains New Member

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    The other posters on this thread are right... don't bid on your stuff. eBay is way smarter than the rest of us and you will get caught.
  8. Pitchwife

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    If you want to see the bidding history of an item click on "Bids" and it will show you what the current bid is/was, who placed the bid and when the bid was placed. Above that it tells you when the auction ended so you can see how close to the end of the auction the bid was placed.