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    EBay has removed the add and charged me for the listing even though I confirmed to what they asked. So frustrated as it was going so well. I've spent the last 2 hours trying to talk to a human at ebay to get fees refunded. I do want to sell the car but all against me at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdnova View Post
    EBay has removed the add and charged me for the listing even though I confirmed to what they asked. So frustrated as it was going so well. I've spent the last 2 hours trying to talk to a human at ebay to get fees refunded. I do want to sell the car but all against me at the moment
    I think there will be a few frustrated bidders too! Best of luck in getting it sorted and re-advertised. Alistair

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    I'll see if I can get it listed tonight
    Last edited by kdnova; 16-06-2017 at 11:23 AM.

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    Now relisted

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    Arrggh ;-/ now way way over my budget.....still checking my inbox for that elusive message.
    "Dave my Nova needs a new worshipper come get her"
    Become your thoughts.
    ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasgowgolfer View Post
    Arrggh ;-/ now way way over my budget.....still checking my inbox for that elusive message.
    "Dave my Nova needs a new worshipper come get her"
    Become your thoughts.
    ;-)
    Sorry to hear man,
    but I believe that a 'sorted' top-end car such as this, should be in the £5-10k Bracket,
    it is the right value IMO.

    It looks like someone is determined to get the vehicle and has placed a high Maximum bid on it.

    Looking at the vehicle itself, it is pretty brave to take an angle grinder to the front-end, but the headlights have come out great.
    I wonder if they are IVA compliant (i.e. height wise?) might be a solution for the guys going down that route?

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    I first saw that headlight design on an EV sterling,maybe that was the inspiration

    http://www.evsource.com/tls_converted.php

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    That wasn't the inspration to be honest. The truth is it was a evolvment of ideas. Started with a seat Ibiza i belive it was then fiat coupe then I spotted these on ebay. They are a conversion for a pop up headlight mr2. The shape was right so just blended it all to end up where it is today

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    Hi Keith, I'm very interested to see what happens in 46 mins!
    Alistair

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