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eBay tat volume 3.

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8 hours ago, Tim_E said:

£123 apparently. I never trust oddly specific runs though. Still, it's about what its worth I suppose.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/373995142640831/permalink/3201382386568745/?sale_post_id=3201382386568745

Also, I failed to get it to embed properly? Can someone give me an idiots guide?

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1 minute ago, ProgRocker said:

1983 Opel Monza 3.0 E has been in the same family since 1985. Looks worthy of a punt. Bidding is up to £1,030 but the reserve hasn't been met.

Opel

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Ooh lovely!

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3 minutes ago, Tim_E said:

Edit: Again, apologies for it not apparently showing the image...

Hover cursor over image, right click.

Select 'view image near bottom' . Right click on the highlighted line.

Go back to your post on this forum, right click and paste.

I'm a bit shite at explaining things but I hope this helps.  :)

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7 minutes ago, ProgRocker said:

Hover cursor over image, right click.

Select 'view image near bottom' . Right click on the highlighted line.

Go back to your post on this forum, right click and paste.

I'm a bit shite at explaining things but I hope this helps.  :)

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Aha, I think I've got it. Thanks

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7 minutes ago, Tim_E said:

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It takes a little practice to paste images tbf. I had to ask for help on how to do it some years back. On eBay ads the way I do it its: select image so that a bigger photo comes up, right click & then select 'view image info' .

I'm using a boggo PC with Windows 10. Might be different for those fancy Apple PCs. :D

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Just now, ProgRocker said:

s-l1600.jpg

s-l1600.jpg

It takes a little practice to paste images tbf. I had to ask for help on how to do it some years back. On eBay ads the way I do it its: select image so that a bigger photo comes up, right click & then select 'view image info' .

I'm using a boggo PC with Windows 10. Might be different for those fancy Apple PCs. :D

I'm using Linux Mint, so everything is a bit different. I had to click the image to view it full screen then on the right click it had 'copy image'. Simple when you know how :s

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