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My guess is a single headlight 520 box/trailer, I wish it was near me as I would buy it for the inner fender wells, I have been looking for years for that style.

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That is a smoking deal!  Yes, early bed as square corner fuel cover

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Who knows how many Datsun ads we will see from now on since tomorrow craigslist is gonna start charging $5 per ad.

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do you have an article about that?

The craigslist site just says this:

 

All craigslist postings are free, except for:

Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted.

Paid posting accounts provide high-volume posters with additional payment options in some cases.

 

Questions? Please email billing@craigslist.org.

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I guess craigslist will be history for me if they want to charge me for selling auto parts, we shall see what happens.

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More like how many Datsuns will be scrapped because of it...

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Lets hope it's not true for the regular people just trying to get by.

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21 minutes ago, BrothersGarage said:

There’s always Facebook marketplace

 

With the lamest, non-chronologically sorted, stupidest categories EVER.  Offerup is also pretty stupid with no boolean search operators.  At least facebook allows AND/OR

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3 hours ago, carterb said:

do you have an article about that?

The craigslist site just says this:

 

All craigslist postings are free, except for:

Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted.

Paid posting accounts provide high-volume posters with additional payment options in some cases.

 

Questions? Please email billing@craigslist.org.

 

No article it literally says it before you try to post an ad.  Says starting April 15th $5 to post an ad.  One way to get around it is if you post it on auto parts.

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On 4/12/2019 at 9:33 PM, thisismatt said:

That is a smoking deal!  Yes, early bed as square corner fuel cover

 

... and bumperettes!!!!

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1980 Datsun 720 bagged - $850

https://offerup.com/item/detail/661410823/
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1978 Datsun 510 with two ka24e engines. - $1000

https://offerup.com/item/detail/660031809/

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1974 Datsun 260z - $2500

https://offerup.com/item/detail/654700743/

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1976 Datsun 620 - $3000

https://offerup.com/item/detail/661437259/
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On 4/14/2019 at 11:29 PM, ArchetypeDatsun said:

 

No article it literally says it before you try to post an ad.  Says starting April 15th $5 to post an ad.  One way to get around it is if you post it on auto parts.

Both these post says it. About 2/3 down

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On 4/20/2019 at 5:11 PM, Farmer said:

Both these post says it. About 2/3 down

 

I see that now:

 

 Cars/trucks by-owner in the US—$5 (starting April 15)

 

I thought they were saying ALL for sale ads.

 

$5 to sell a car to such a huge audience?  Seems fair to me.

 

Automotive-by-Owner Ads

Rules and Resources for paid automotive-by-owner postings

Q. What is the fee for paid automotive ads? 

A. $5.

Q. How long do paid automotive listings last?

A. 30 days. 

Q. What about reposts and renewing / renewals of existing ads?

A. Reposts cost the same as a new ad ($5). The renewal feature is not available in paid categories. To move an existing ad to the top of the listings, use the repost option (see: reposting paid ads)

Q. What forms of payment are accepted?

A. VISA, Mastercard, American Express.

Q. How do I pay for a posting?

A. You will be prompted for payment at the end of the posting process.

Q. Are paid ads subject to automated deletion due to user flagging?

A. No. Paid ads flagged by users are reviewed by staff prior to any deletions.

Q. Do I need a craigslist account to post?

A. No.

 

 

--carter

 

 

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21 hours ago, carterb said:

 

I see that now:

 

 Cars/trucks by-owner in the US—$5 (starting April 15)

 

I thought they were saying ALL for sale ads.

 

$5 to sell a car to such a huge audience?  Seems fair to me.

 

Automotive-by-Owner Ads

Rules and Resources for paid automotive-by-owner postings

Q. What is the fee for paid automotive ads? 

A. $5.

Q. How long do paid automotive listings last?

A. 30 days. 

Q. What about reposts and renewing / renewals of existing ads?

A. Reposts cost the same as a new ad ($5). The renewal feature is not available in paid categories. To move an existing ad to the top of the listings, use the repost option (see: reposting paid ads)

Q. What forms of payment are accepted?

A. VISA, Mastercard, American Express.

Q. How do I pay for a posting?

A. You will be prompted for payment at the end of the posting process.

Q. Are paid ads subject to automated deletion due to user flagging?

A. No. Paid ads flagged by users are reviewed by staff prior to any deletions.

Q. Do I need a craigslist account to post?

A. No.

 

 

--carter

 

 


Just glad it now costs money for those dicks that spam the same forklifts and new cars with every single keyword possible. 

But I am moving to other free marketplaces to sell my goods - Doesn't mean I won't buy from CL and watch it for good deals.

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