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Classified Ads Scam - Craigslist (craiglist.com)
This is the email:This is a 1966 Ford Mustang, with clear title, automatic transmission and 21357 miles on it with 8 Cylinder engine. The price for the vehicle is $11500, FIRM. Never had or need any paint/body work done, garaged keep always, without any mechanical problems, tires and wheels are in great shape as well, electric is working perfectly, has a clean and clear US title without any accidents, no liens or loans.This belonged to my husband and after he passed away i decided to sell it. My name is on the title. Right now i`m in Pittsburgh, PA (the vehicle is here with me) because i got a new job here. Due to the fact I am very busy with my work and I don\'t stay to much at home, the vehicle is already at the shipping Co and will be delivered from there very fast, shipping cost is included in price.You will receive the vehicle in 3-4 days and you will get the chance to inspect it 5 days , test drive it and everything you like. Before leaving I had prearranged the deal with Google Checkout Payments and they will supervise our transaction. After you receive the vehicle you will have 5 days to inspect it before you sign the papers to purchase it. So if you want to make this deal I need the following details from you. full name and address , full shipping address , phone#, so I can notify Google Checkout that you are selected as my buyer and they will contact you to explain the entire procedure, such as payment, shipping and insurance. PICS: http://claspics.com/y3332nq/hkra25bw Sorry for the long email I have tried to explain the entire process.