Re: Re: [CR]Minimalist eBay listing: Flying Scot "frame"]

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From: "Ken Sanford" <>
To: <>, "Phil Sieg" <>
References: <>
Subject: Re: Re: [CR]Minimalist eBay listing: Flying Scot "frame"]
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2005 15:09:35 -0400


you mis-read. It says local pickup only. IE - NO shipping.

If I lived in Glasgow, I might take a look.

How do you work a scam on a local pick-up (unless you plan a robbery)?

Ken Sanford
Kensington, MD

----- Original Message -----
From: Phil Sieg
To: Classic Rendezvous
Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 3:01 PM
Subject: [Fwd: Re: [CR]Minimalist eBay listing: Flying Scot "frame"]

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [CR]Minimalist eBay listing: Flying Scot "frame"
> Date: Wed, 07 Sep 2005 14:54:14 -0400
> From: Phil Sieg <>
> To: Thomas Adams <>
> References: <>
> Lessee, zero feedback, joined eBay today, picture of a headbadge that
> could have been cobbled from any website, no sizing info, ships only to
> the US. Nah, I'm not suspicious.
> --
> Phil Sieg
> Knoxville, Tennessee
> Thomas Adams wrote:
>>Here's the minimalist approach to listing a frame on eBay. Seller writes
>>one brief paragraph and potential buyer knows hardly more than when he
>>started. This could be a tremendous bargain, or a pig in a poke. I saw
>>it as "Flying Scot" trips my search monitors, and at least I got a chuckle
>>out of it.
>> or ebay item 6559572167. Zero feedback seller too. I hope that the
>> Flying Scot hasn't joined the ranks of Cinelli and Masi as eBay scam
>> bait.
>> Tom Adams, Shrewsbury NJ
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