Ebay bargain but not for long!

Discussion in 'Late Bay Classifieds' started by Stan, Mar 1, 2013.

  1. I like the banana shaped sill under the slider especially :D
  2. Maybe thats why the winning bidder split :D , Sorry :rolleyes:
  3. I like how the seller is going to make the buyer sign a disclaimer so they are buying a 'collection of parts'.
  4. I notice they mentioned the fuel gauge not working. Is that a pretty common problem as Daisy is either full or empty .... With lots of waving needle action in between!?
  5. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    That's funny. I'd tell him to shove it where the sun don't shine!
  6. They don't want to work on it, they want to move it on so no warrenty - sounds fair enough to me, they're just saying it is what it is.
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  7. jivedubbin

    jivedubbin Moderator

    you cant expect a warrenty on such an old motor , not from any dealer :rolleyes:
  8. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    I wouldn't expect a warranty. That wouldn't mean I'd sign a receipt saying I'd bought a collection of parts....
  9. It would. By law all dealers must offer a 3 month warrenty on all vehicles sales. Calling it parts is a away to avoid it. You don't have to buy it after all.
  10. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    Good job I'm not in the market then as I wouldn't sign it.
  11. Why? It's straightforward why they want this. I could find £1,000 of work to do on most campers at that price and they wouldn't want you to keep coming back until they were running at a loss, they may as well give it away! It could be never ending. Dealers try to buy cars that just need a polish and won't go wrong or it costs them time and money. This doesn't fit that business model, so it's parts. Simple. If I was in the market I'd be hoping lots like yourself would be put off and snap up a bargain (if it was one).
  12. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    Why? Because if I'm going to buy a vehicle I want a purchase receipt for a vehicle, not a collection of parts.
    On the grand scale of things it may be un-important but it would put me off buying it. I'd happily sign a "no warranty" document but not something that makes out its something its not.
  13. OK see your point. :)

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