Check this out and you'll see why that may not be the best idea in this instance.maybe i should just keep posting random replies til i get up to 50!:thumbsup:
Nigerians are the only genuine buyers these days. cash straight into your bank account, no probs.Its on pistonheads, getting fed up with all the scams asking if it can be shipped to Nigeria!!!
I would rather sell it here where i know there are proper genuine buyers.
I agree with you, if the reason for the 50 post + 3 months time limit as a registered user is there to be imposed in order to prevent the spammers and those who suddenly show up to advertise and sell things,,, it's fair enough, but in this instance this registered member seems genuine and it's obvious he didn't join just ot sell. I feel it's kinda harsh. As for his contribution, I cannot comment on that. The only thing is though he does not seem to be familiar with the forum that much, given away by the fact that this thread is posted in the wrong section. nevertheless still a bit harsh me thinks.quick question,
Lets say the user who posted this thread (been a member for 5 years and only 30 posts) has never really needed to post.
1- For instance, his car has been been trouble free so not needed to ask questions on here.
2- Maybe has had issued but used the SEARCH function and found his own answers to his problem. (after all, people flame new users for not searching before asking the question)
3- He reads on here most nights but does not reply to peoples questions incase he gives wrong advice?
So how can someone like the above get a high post count? He has obviously not joined here to sell something as if they have they have waited a long time !
It seems daft to me that someone being a member for 5 years cant post a for sale thread, but someone can spam there way to 50 in a matter of days/weeks if they wanted. Put the 50 posts over 2 months and no one will notice but a chap that has been on here for over 5 years can sell something and "WE" now flame him for not posting when everyone gets moaned at for not searching instead of posting ! :nervous:
he does not seem to be familiar with the forum that much, given away by the fact that this thread is posted in the wrong section.
I never understood why there should be seperate section for the R35, I think it was due to a number of old school die hard members moaning that their old Datsuns should be treated differently to the 35, hence the segregation.
If everything was in one section imo it would be much easier. why can we all not get along, as you said they are all GTRs so old or new should have one section tbh, but again this is my personal view before anyone snaps at me.
If it was up to the 35 owners they would probably downgrade the skyline owners even more, or even more extreme... expell them from this forum into another datsungtr.co.uk/notsophisticated/enoughLOL, ye.
But it did happen. Maybe a few months before you joined here? But i dont think it was that long ago, must be tho.
Anyway, the R35's got joined with the R32/33/34 but there was to many complaints and the R35 lot got there own section.
Nigel, the problem is that 99% of the R35 owners wont come out of the R35 section. For instance MOOK tried to merge the R35 projects with teh rest of the skyline's a few months back but again the R35 people got there own way.
Its very sad really, The R35 lot are stuck in a small box hidding there cars from the skyline (true GTR lot Maybe??? ) lot and in tern getting snubbed back. Nobody cares about the R35 and nobody wants one. There price is dropping like mad and now cheaper than a R34 GTR built 10+ years ago ! Well its no wonder when the R35 lot have no intrest in the older skylines.
More funny is the older lots (32/33/34's) , well most of them would leave a R35 standing around a track!