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  1. Lightbulb 89 Cadillac Brougham Hearse 
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    I have decided to sell my 1989 Cadillac Brougham Hearse that we got and used for Linton Frightmares Haunted House. I need the money to work on another business that I am starting and as much as I hate to let her go, she must. I have decided to list it on eBay (I do not run an eBay store, just selling this one item) to get the best price for the buyer and for myself. It runs great, is in great condition considering it's age, it has been equipped with LED under/glow lights and LED strobes. The engine runs great and has been dressed up some for car shows.

    There is over 80 pictures, a video and a complete description of the car available on the eBay listing. Check out the listing at http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...84.m1555.l2649 and if you have any questions, message me on here or call/text me at 812-699-0628 because I am ready to get it sold so I can get on with my business!

    It is a great car and a great way to promote your haunted house! Just watch the video and try to tell me that it will not get attention. Park it out infront of your haunt, turn on the LED lights (which we ran for over an hour without noticing any draw on the battery, they don't use very much electricity. Also, we had a trickle charger that we plugged into the car while it was used for advertising to keep the battery from draining) and the car will keep the people coming in all night long! Also, get your logo put on it (like this http://www.clearvuegraphics.com/) and take it through your town, to parades and wherever! It is a great show! You can not go wrong with this investment in advertising.

    The video link is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5btqdvoS-i8
    The pictures on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7364312...7629772971749/
    The Ebay listing: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...84.m1555.l2649

    CHECK IT OUT!

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    I have got a lot of interest and a couple of decent offers. I don't want to end the auction early and take an offer but I need some bids!
     

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    Less than 5 hours to go!!! You know that you want this in your haunt!!!
     

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    Hey, good luck on the auction. I just wanted to say, I noticed that question on the Cashier's Check. Trust me, I've almost been scammed and helped the FBI on a sting with my car.

    Even when the cashier's check clears, you may want to go ahead and wait an additional 7 to 10 days. This was a few years ago, but I sold an eclipse I built (yes, a fast and furious car) replica car. Guy seemed legit and sent me a cashier's check. He didn't show up to meet. In an email he asked if I still had the check, I lied and said yes, but it had already been deposited and the bank been alerted to process it. It cleared, however, the VERY DAY that we were to make our second attempt of meeting, I got a call from the wife "DON"T GIVE HIM THE CAR! The bank just called and said they have an fbi agent there... " So, yeah. THAT... was an almost seriously bad day.

    Just thought I'd let you know! Take some extra time JUST to be sure, and even ask your bank to verify that it's ok to give the keys. I almost lost a $15,000 car.


    Dewayne
     

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