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    All Users: Read this before you post

    Please note and follow these rules below before you post in the Classified section:

    • All ads must state a price (links to eBay ads are allowed)
    • This section is for Porsche CARS, PARTS & LITERATURE including later Porsche, 356, and all race car items (except early 911)
    • Negotiations can be done offline (PM, phone, E-mail, etc.)
    • Items without a stated price will be deleted
    • Ads not pertaining Other Porsche Cars/Parts/Literature will be moved to an appropriate section


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    And as a reminder, no commercial ads, please.
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    Update to second bullet in primary rules
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    Word of warning to buyers. There has been a rash of "sellers" trying to get Want-to-buy (WTB) buyers on this board to pay them by wire because "their PayPal account wasn't working" or some other excuse. Beware of any transaction requiring the wiring of funds IF YOU DON'T KNOW THE SELLER. Sending funds by wire to an unknown seller is NOT recommended.
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    For your planning purposes, beginning on December 1, 2013, all parts ads will be closed following their fifth (5th) "bump".
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