I just purchased a set of "NOS" wheel well moldings for a premium price and I gotta tell ya, Im really disappointed. These things have lots of dings, scratches, and dents. Anyone had any luck making these things look good again? thanks, Kevin
That's just great, anodized aluminum. I could end up with an a world record amount for these moldings before this fiasco is over. I WISH I had paid $500 bucks for these... Burned on ebay again:clonk: Kevin
You can open a dispute eon eBay.
I can tell you it works.
Last year I bought a 67 "NOS" tail panel. When I receive it, it was a cheap repop. I open a dispute. The seller never answered and eBay returned my money back less 25 bucks.
I did pay with paypal. Im going to send a message to the seller and voice my dissatisfaction and see what happens. I just couldn't believe that they were in such bad condition. They did have the old paper wrappers but all had been opened. These look like they have been on a car before in some ways. I would really like to send them back and try again. It couldn't be much worse.
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