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Old 08-05-2016, 09:57 AM   #1
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Default Which way is it easier to sell 'vert parts?

Has anyone ever had luck selling 'vert parts on this forum? I know generic parts are easy to sell but what about convertible specific parts? Or should I just sell via flea bay?
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If they are subframe connectors...I could be the buyer
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there are (or were) some in the classifieds a couple of days ago UMI's too.

I have posted stuff in here before and had good results.
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I am waiting for his shipping quite in them now.
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