The Ebay thread.

Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by BasilSeal, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. thefarminglad

    thefarminglad Well-Known Member

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    That CS 130 if 100% is cheap at that price for a 2002 machine
     
  2. Merv_B

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    It’s almost too cheap so either mega hours or a scam possibly the latter
     
  3. nashmach

    nashmach Well-Known Member

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    The low feedback would make one very suspicious too.
     
  4. thefarminglad

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    There i was all set to book my flight and go to Nigeria to meet a nice man called Mr Ripme Offnow. He said he would do it for 8k if i send a deposit of 4K now in cash. Sure you couldnt turn your nose up at that.
     
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    I wouldn't say no to him yet sure look what happened his neighbour IMG-20190113-WA0002.jpg
     
  6. Win

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    Must be a scam cause that one was for sale in stoke on trent a while back for £16 k, used the same pics too. The scammers are getting just that bit better at writing the ads that you could get caught, used to be obvious when it was dodgy but not so now!
     
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    As you say the description looks a lot more legit. If you didn't know the pics from a previous listing there are not many red flags apart from the transport being arranged.
     
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    Suppose they clone the whole ad description and all, were you tempted?
     
  9. Merv_B

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    Not yet. No point in having a tractor and nothing to go on it :whistle:
     
  10. Win

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    Must be only a matter of time now??:yes:
     
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  11. nashmach

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    Surely a transport box would be grand and won't break the bank :laugh:
     
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  12. Merv_B

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    We already have a big wheelbarrow :thumbup: now a grass harrow, topper and fert spreader would be handy
     
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    We could do a "Profi Farmer get the cheque book out" thread in search of a grass harrow..:unsure:
     
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    I'm not that vengeful :laugh:
     
  15. Merv_B

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    No problem finding one it is the paying for it which is currently the issue. But it is only January so lots of time to sort that.
     
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    They pick a location far from the masses,had be looking how it was away:blushing:

    "If it's too good to be true,it generally is"
     
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    What capacity would that be?
    Were they any good?

    I see its at £13500 or offers now.
     
  21. Merv_B

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    It is 30.5 cube and the intake would was supplied by Mengele. Veenhuis came up with a different knife spring system on the later models as the Mengele would snap springs for no reason and are expensive

    They would be okay but not as good as a Strautmann or Pottinger

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