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  • 3 years later...

Greetings Conserv,

noticed you have 'thousands' of posts, good to know that there are long time 02 contributing followers, like yourself.

.. as i was clearing out my 'media' here, i noticed this posting of mine, that i am going to post again, .. and i read your 'comment' to me.. by the way, Thanks for the note... HOWEVER, in my original listing above, are you not able to see that I DID LIST THIS PART as a BEHR unit, ... as i see it from my screen, ..

but from your comment, suggesting i list it as a BEHR, as if WERE NOT listed on my posting...


that's it, just wanting to clarify, what is, and what was not, - especially if I CAN'T SEE it from my end,


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17 hours ago, euro8886 said:

sorry, just noticed your name.. Steve,  


You edited your original listing, inserting the 'BEHR' after I posted my comment (notice it says "Edited July 10, 2013" at the end).


All is good now.  Consider my comment retracted!


Good luck with your sale.  I recommend you show a price when you re-list.


Best regards,




1976 2002 Polaris, 2742541 (original owner)

1973 2002tii Inka, 2762757 (not-the-original owner)

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