<VV> Yenko Clone on Ebay

Ron ronh at owt.com
Tue Jul 20 18:59:50 EDT 2010

You'll note that a majority of the bids are from a bidder that has a (0) 
Ebay history.  It looks a little suspect to me.

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From: "Vairtec Corporation" <Vairtec at optonline.net>
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Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2010 3:14 PM
Subject: Re: <VV> Yenko Clone on Ebay

> This fright pig has a lot of things to be afraid of, but certainly the
> most serious is that the posted VIN, for a '66, does not match the car,
> which by many details appears to be a '68 or '69.  It ain't a '66.
> No engine compartment shots, no trunk shots, no interior shots.  In the
> small glimpse we get of the interior we can see a rip in the seat and
> the missing wiper knob.
> Fresh blue paint... on the tailpipes.
> Fresh white paint... on the wiper stems.  Where are the wipers?  Oh,
> that's right, there is no wiper knob so why would you need wipers.
> Missing front market lights... why?  Missing door locks... WHY?
> 29 (!) bids from eight different bidders have taken this car to $3150 as
> of this writing.  Not enough to reach reserve, but enough to rip off a
> buyer.
> --Bob Marlow
>>> There is what is advertised as a 1966 "Yenko Clone " on EBAY- First '66
>>> I've ever seen with side marker lights and a 67 up 3 spoke wheel <GGG> I
>>> feel sorry for the buyer of this abomination if it is their first 
>>> Corvair
>>> purchase.
>>>                                    Ed
>>> West Florida Corvair Club
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