Good points made, you've won me to your side regarding that seller on misuse of pics and purposefully not disclosing relevant details. However, I still believe the fault is with the buyer. When one starts out, one should start out small. Just like you don't learn to drive in a $150K Ferrari, you shouldn't get into collecting on a high-end (or what you think is a high end) model.fly__life said:I have to disagree G_G. He misleads new collectors with his rare or limited BULL$H!T and a new seller would never really know were to look. I do agree that he should have done his homework but where does one begin when they first start out?? I've seen other sellers do the same thing but some atleast put which series or set it came from. He knows that he is taking advantage of new collectors with the way he lists the cars. Also all the pics with the hot wheels logo in the back ground were taken from the hot wheels site. To me he's a snake to others an opportunist. One last thing the evilbay item that G_G listed is not the same car. The car won is from the Classical Gassers two car set item #200100751706 and there are pics below.