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Old 7th September 2018, 20:06
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Originally Posted by Mick O'Malley View Post
I simply don't understand the inconsistency. When I sold my pre-lit Westfield I described it as a 'Lotus Seven Evocation', likewise my A352: a 'D-Type Jaguar Evocation'. Both are current vehicle manufacturers who doubtless have intellectual property rights lawyers. Perhaps some see imitation as the sincerest form of flattery, or maybe ebay hasn't got through its list yet?

Anyway, good luck with the sale Dave

Regards, Mick
A work colleague built a Tribute Kobra a few years ago then sold it , eventually, through ebay. His ad was removed because someone in the Cobra Club made a complaint about his listing describing it as a Cobra replica. At the time there were several Cobra kits listed, as replica's, so my colleague asked ebay to remove them all, but they wouldn't !! Apparently his Kobra wasn't accurate enough to be described as a replica, according to the Cobra Club complainant !!
So there are some double standards going on here, or what ??

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