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Built BRM long block

Theguy1084

Member
Joined
Mar 30, 2018
Location
Charleston, SC
TDI
2006 Jetta TDI
I started this project about two years ago. My priorities have changed and now it sits. I’m looking for $4000 obo.

-Dark side head port and polished
-Oversized valves
-Upgraded Springs
-BHW pistons (machined block to fit pistons)
-Rosten Rods
-120 injectors
-Dark side race cam
-ARP head studs and main studs
-New timing belt and water pump
-New bearings





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dtrvler

Well-known member
Joined
Jul 21, 2017
Location
Las Vegas
TDI
2006 Jetta TDI 5 spd
Buyer Beware

I made a deal with this guy to buy his built long block he had 5700 in for 3500. He had asked for 4000 but we agreed on 3500....his price. I agreed to his price. Then I said I wanted to use escrow.com to do the transaction and I wanted us to share the cost of a little less than 140 total. Never heard from him again. I reached out a couple more times, nothing
So that makes me think he was possibly running a scam. I half expected him to say he wanted me to pay the whole escrow.com fee but he said nothing. So BE CAREFUL on buying this item posting.
 

Theguy1084

Member
Joined
Mar 30, 2018
Location
Charleston, SC
TDI
2006 Jetta TDI
I made a deal with this guy to buy his built long block he had 5700 in for 3500. He had asked for 4000 but we agreed on 3500....his price. I agreed to his price. Then I said I wanted to use escrow.com to do the transaction and I wanted us to share the cost of a little less than 140 total. Never heard from him again. I reached out a couple more times, nothing
So that makes me think he was possibly running a scam. I half expected him to say he wanted me to pay the whole escrow.com fee but he said nothing. So BE CAREFUL on buying this item posting.

Wow guy! I’m the scam? That’s funny. You’re deal had “classic scam" written all over it. Even IF you’re not a scam, I’m not agreeing to pay extra money to make you feel better about your purchase after low balling the crap out of me. My deal was $3500, not $3430. The escrow scam is an old one. Try to be more creative next time.
 

dtrvler

Well-known member
Joined
Jul 21, 2017
Location
Las Vegas
TDI
2006 Jetta TDI 5 spd
No. Escrow.com is no scam.

I said above I half expected you to ask me to pay the entire escrow fee which I would have if you would have asked. But you never did. Lowballing? You asked for 4k. We settled on 3500.
Not that far off. But don't accuse me of scamming. I've done many deals on here and you are the first guy that ever just dissapeared. My last post in this thread was June 2nd. Its July 15th. That's a month and a half. I just said "be careful." Please stop.
 
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nicklockard

Torque Dorque
Joined
Aug 15, 2004
Location
Arizona
TDI
2010 Touareg Tdi w/factory Tow PCKG
Just because someone doesn't answer to your terms request does not make them a scammer; it means they got busy, distracted, or didn't like the terms and didn't feel like dealing.

Both of you: my advice is let this drop. You don't seem like a good match for a smooth, friendly sale. Wait for the next one. Good luck all.

-Moderator Nick
 
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