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Allow me to introduce myself as "DV". I'm from the Cobra forums where this thread is making the rounds.
Thought I would let you know that the contract with/through EBAY is totally LEGAL and LEGITIMATE, The Dealer has to -by law- obey the regulations!
Example, a Gentlemen by the name of JOE FROST listed a turnkey Cobra on EBAY and like the Dealer, for what ever reason Joe Frost did not put in a minimum. The car sold for thousands if dollars under retail value!
Joe realized his mistake too late, Joe's brother is a Federal Judge and much to his trying to help Joe out he advised Joe to SELL AT THE WINNING BID.
There is no way that the Dealer can back out of this without coming to some type of agreement with you!
Act quick! Your attorney General's Office, EBAY-instantly if you haven't done so. AN Attorney to send EBAY and the Dealer a Letter "Of Intent"!
You will win this...Don't listen to any guff, especially by the Dealer. I can provide you Joe's information if you think it will do you any good. Good Luck, I will be checking in here on occasion to see pictures of you and your new car!