Some time back, this guy was parting a 1456 and I probably had 12 or 15 things picked out that I was going to bid on but had questions about a couple of the items. One was the seat and the others were a pair of axle knees that he is selling individually.
First, I wanted to know if the seat cushions were OK and not cracked on the seat he's selling and, second, I wanted to know what the second knee looked like b/c he used the same picture on both listings.
(Not a similar picture, mind you... the SAME picture.)
Here is a copy of our correspondence.....
A couple questions...
What is the condition of the seat and back cushions? Are there any splits, cracks, etc. anywhere?
(I know the arm rests are bad)
Also - on your listing for the axle knees, you seem to have used the same picture and do not indicate which is which. They are not the same as the holes are indexed differently on them. Can you tell me which is which and also if any of the holes are egged out at all?
Thank you for your time.
They are 2 different pictures, not the same
I'm afraid I must respectfully disagree with you on the Axle Knee pictures. They appear to be on in the same, although they are shown in 2 different listings.
Also, can you get me an answer(s) to my original question(s) about the seat?
Thank you again for your time.
I am not going to argue with you, I did these pictures myself and know what they are, sorry you are so stubborn on this matter, and want to argue over it. And the seat is just an old rough original seat. Marty
I don't have a copy of my last reply b/c he didn't respond.
However, it was very polite and I told him that I, in no way, meant to be argumentative and that I didn't care if the seat was old, I would still like to know if the cushions were split out. I also suggested that he compare the 2 axle knee listings for himself.
I got no reply but he blocked me from messaging him and from bidding on any of his stuff... :roll:
IMHO - The guy is a complete tool and not to be trusted...