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    Camouflage appears again

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Supra-n-a-...kAAOSwOgdYpj0J

    Its back with no MOT now.

    and its sister without camouflage.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Supra-n-a-...cAAOSwWxNYpjB9

    Cracking pair of cars

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    Both being sold by restless_kuntstorms
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    Almost feel sorry for him getting saddled with that grassy abomination. I'd be surprised if he ever shifts it, that thing is destined for the breakers one way or another.

    Didn't someone off this forum have it last year?

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    Look at the paint at the back of the rear arch on that silver one...

    Utter cowboys.

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    I'm curious,this seller gets a bad rep on this forum but his feedback is 100% on ebay. Am I missing something?

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    There are a couple of threads on here.

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    Any links to these threads ?
    Work in progres.....

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    I'm not his biggest fan but don't see anything wrong with the ads, he's list both cars as spares or repairs so i don't see a problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dnk View Post
    I'm not his biggest fan but don't see anything wrong with the ads, he's list both cars as spares or repairs so i don't see a problem
    Funny he's "driven 400 miles in this car" on every single advert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supra joe View Post
    Any links to these threads ?
    I'm not searching right now, do you remember the gist of the guy who was given a 'temporary' supra until the one he wanted and agreed to purchase was ready?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dnk View Post
    I'm not his biggest fan but don't see anything wrong with the ads, he's list both cars as spares or repairs so i don't see a problem
    He's not priced them as spares and repairs plus he has been scouring the Facebook pages for any silver bumper, no doubt looking to tart it up on the cheap.

    I might start offering free bargepoles to anyone who goes to view these cars.

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    The price is up to him, you can say the same about most of the car trade, i can't think of anywhere
    that sells cars that don't try to tart them up on the cheap and hope a buyer doesn't notice

    That goes for the main dealers too
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    Try ringing him and asking about the car truthfully, see what lies he tells, I got stung by him as others have before me after researching, cant leave bad feedback on ebay due to selling as a classified add, believe me I tried and thought I had some cover buying through ebay. I make it my business to inform everyone what a liar he is, my fault for buying a car unseen due to distance and having a busted knee and just having the op, but asked all the right questions any warning lights, condition, what car run like, had he driven it as brother was going to travel down and drive back on trade plates, told me issue with the lights wiring could be bulbs so best not, but he had driven the car 300 miles. Spoke to previous owner who said seized brakes so trailered away, when I got it baked headlights falling to pieces, ABS light on needed new pump and relay, good condition interior was rotten with loads missing and dash all badly resprayed so shafted to the tune of £1500 at least. Asked all these questions which he lied on and did come across as trustworthy, Have left bad feedback on his facebook page but he has removed his customer reviews, when they come back will be posting again. I message everyone I can who shows interest in his cars, I have took it personally lol, just in case anyone googles about restlesskustoms and it pops up in a thread avoid him.
    Buys all the parts cheap as he can on Facebook page then doubles them on ebay really hope his business goes tits up soon.
    I actually got off lightly as the car hadn't been smashed after having it checked out and apart from the brakes mechanically was good just cost a fortune to buy the interior parts new headlights etc. Speaking to a few others they've bought cars that shouldn't be on the road.
    Hope that helps someone a costly mistake on his overpriced cars
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    Ok so why doesn't someone get in touch with trading standards then, as a trader these days you cant just sell crap anymore
    and get away with it
    Dunk

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    Dunk if you remember the guy that was 'loaned' a supra, its unfortunately a lot of your word against, and people are scared of legal fees etc. Trading standards need multiple complaints and decent evidence as they're an overstretched dept, like most others.

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