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WD45 sold for $7000 on ebay

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Kevin (FL)

04-21-2004 18:52:29

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Did anyone else notice the restored WD45 that sold for $7000 today? It was a looker along with a 3 bottom plow. I'm not sure what happened but the near-final price was $3500 and then another bidder came in at $7000.

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Another shill bidder here

04-22-2004 19:45:40

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 Re: WD45 sold for $7000 on ebay in reply to Kevin (FL), 04-21-2004 18:52:29  
Check Ebay item # 3808746826 while you are at it. That guy has all of his friends and relatives bid on his Ebay stuff including that Allis WD series tractor. His friends are getting less and less because of what he does. The "high bidder" specialties41 is actually the guys sister that places shill bids on his items. This is not the first time they have done this. Just look at the bid history for item 2453611660 and 2368343025 . "mechtoy" is he guys kid who also places shill bids.

Anyway, back to the tractor... I heard he did sell it to one of the runner up bidders who drove from Ohio to Minnesota to get the tractor. I wonder how bad the guy got scammed because of the phoney bids that were placed on the tractor.
I am 99% certain that the "Vince" the seller claims the tractor belongs to is actually the guys son. Perhaps all of you boys and girls can send letters to these 3 people on eBay and tell them what they are doing is wrong, and then stay away from their items. These 3 have been reported to Ebay but so far Ebay refuses to do anything about them. I have proof of all the above facts.

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Kevin (FL)

04-22-2004 21:02:18

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 Re: Re: WD45 sold for $7000 on ebay in reply to Another shill bidder here, 04-22-2004 19:45:40  
Pretty interesting. I noticed if they hadn't been so greedy they could have gotten $100 for the saw. When they relisted it they only got $50 the third time around...I think the hubcaps may go the same path...

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04-22-2004 09:23:47

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 Re: WD45 sold for $7000 on ebay in reply to Kevin (FL), 04-21-2004 18:52:29  
on ebay, the bids only go up minimum bid over next higher bidder high bid. This is why he double bid himself, for some reason he didnt want to sell it, probably forgot to put a reserve on it which wasnt met. Alot of people have 2 ID's for ebay, or at least a good friend. If he was serious abou the bid, he would have only bid once, and saved himself the 3,500 difference.

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04-21-2004 21:48:44

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 Re: WD45 sold for $7000 on ebay in reply to Kevin (FL), 04-21-2004 18:52:29  
I am sure the owner decided not to sell and bought it back so to speek. There isn't a WD45 worth $7000 unless it is a prototype.

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Kevin (FL)

04-22-2004 09:32:47

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 Re: Re: WD45 sold for $7000 on ebay in reply to Terry, 04-21-2004 21:48:44  
I agree about that--figured it was some internal manipulation of the system. This one reminded me of a Super A that sold for about $5000 awhile back--only 1 bidder. Figured it was the sellers accomplice??

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