Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Lorain, Ohio, Ohio, USA
Not much of a scam. Its rare depending who you are. Or howEbay informed you are. Its real hard to get in trouble advertising wrong on Ebay. They pretty much got it set up to get over on a lot of folks. Especially new users. The main title of the item, isn't the actual description. I repeat. The main title of the item isn't the actual description. Its the search words. You use words you hope people will use to search for your item. So you can write new, rare, unused, NOS, OEM, Hondaline, in hopes of catching more searchers. And it don't mean diddley. They don't have to match. The description is what you are buying which is below with your item pictures. AllI can say is Don't buy the Main title. It is notthe actual description and doesn't have to match. Now on a nicer note. I have been very lucky to get some things from peopleI couldn't of gotten anywhere else. An oil lampI had as a 4 year old, for instance. And Ihave gotten rid of some things , I would of been stuck with . There really is a lot of things there , especially for the GL 1100. Its just buyers beware I guess.I just got a tool kit for my GL 1100. Missing the screwdriver handle.I just found a Honda handle for $1.89. That's not going to happen anywhere else.
82 Goldwing Interstate and a yard full of rolling junk.