NOS or “new Old Stock” might as well mean be prepared to pay through the _______ (fill in the blank).
It’s a bit of a risk as the manufacturers date is sometimes also not known, condition while “new” is still “old” or worse it’s something someone claims is NOS but actually isn’t. Anyway i guess the point is when buying on eBay (or anywhere online for that matter) where you can’t inspect what you are buying is somewhat risky.
Sure you can buy from a reputable seller and that certainly lowers the risk but there is still some there. I opine on this subject, because I just begrudgingly shelled out way to much money for some NOS sunvisors. Pictured below.
I did this because - well “NOS” to me....is a sirens song. I can’t resist. Especially, when it comes to cosmetics.
So if you have some “NOS” parts feel free to PM me...I just might overpay to buy them from you.
Wish me luck.