Ebay is flooded again with their crap, cup holders,etc. I called them and talked to a supervisor, I said it was B/S and I will never buy from them again.Maby they will get the hint if others from the forum do the same. Don
I set my Ebay Model T search criteria to filter them out. How? On the Categories/Condition/Price/etc. block on the left hand side of the page, scroll down and click on "More Refinement...". A new window will pop up with additional search criteria. One of the options is to exclude specific sellers from your search, like so:
Mark, Thanks for the tip,but when I get to that point it won't let me type in anything. Don
Ya, I quit checking Ebay so often just because of the parts book ads that takes up the whole search.
I'll have to filter my search as well, Thanks I've never tried that
Maybe the same for Hot Rods too?
Here's the wording in my saved Ebay search line:
model t ford -fits -fit's -cd -decal -sign -fiberglass -winterization -bucket -chevy -taurus -mustang -alternator -H@T -radio -triangulated -Trailer-Mate
I change the "condition" to "used" and it gets rid of all the stuff I don't care about.
I'm with Royce.
Thanks for the tip, it cleared Mac's right out of my search.
That is annoying, but at least Mac's has T parts. Unless you have a Ruckstell or an auxillary transmission you don't need one of those 100s of gearshift knobs that clog up Ebay when you search for T parts. Probably don't need a steering wheel spinner knob either.
I just got a great T parts catalog from Mac's. Really well done.
I, too, noticed that at one time this afternoon, 99% of the first 10 pages of "Model T-fits" were items listed by Macs, but it didn't "tie my underwear in a wad", because some items, listed were things on my 'want list'. Now, I normally wouldn't buy from Mac's, but if they are cheaper on the price, I might, so I saved them to MY Ebay Summary.