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Post# 140225   6/19/2011 at 10:57 (4,633 days old) by Real1 ()        

Just curious if anyone here recently bought a particular G that was on ebay. The description was supposedly by a nine yr old boy and his brother (using their dad's account). It was their grandmother's vacuum. Obviously, they had help with the description and/or the whole thing was a scam. I don't need another G, so I passed....but it was listed for about $21 and there were no bidders at about 17 minutes left. I had to go somewhere, so I don't know the outcome. If it really were two boys, that would be a shame if no one bought it.:-(

Unrelated, there was another seller named 'casapassa' who had gone to a LUX dealer to buy some parts and wound up with his whole inventory. They had quite a few things listed and then disappeared after the last listing. I got the impression that they had more. I bought a 1205 from them and a floor brush. Perhaps they thought they had gold and were too disappointed to sell more. As is often the case on ebay, if a seller knows nothing about an item, it usually doesn't sell great.

Kevin



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