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How do I place a classfied advert?

How do I place a classified advert?
Normal club members are NOT allowed to start threads in the For Sale & Wanted classified forums until they have paid for VIP membership. This is a preventative measure to stop people appearing on the forum just to sell things.

Club Aristo VIP Membership details
There is a yearly VIP membership fee of 10. Becoming a VIP member will entitle you to post in all public forums of the club, including the For Sale & Wanted forums and the VIP Only forums (which are not visible to normal registered members).

Becoming a VIP will also make you eligible for any current club discounts and promotions. Members are also entitled to a membership pack, official clubs stickers and will have priority at club events if there is limited space available.

On top of that VIP members are also given a much larger PM box, allowed to use the forum signature feature and unlimited attachment downloads.

For more information about becoming a full member please see this thread VIP Membership Details
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How to use the iTrader system

How to use the iTrader System
We have installed iTrader as part of the forum upgrade to vBulletin. Many of you may have used it before, but a lot club members won't know what it is or how to use the iTrader system - this thread is intended to try and point you in the right direction.

What is iTrader?
iTrader is an eBay style feedback system that allows buyers and sellers to rate transactions.

Where can I find iTrader or via "Quick Links" > "My iTrader" from the the menu bar or even in your profile page.

How do I use iTrader
Every club member has a "iTrader Rating" entry below their name / avatar - to leave feedback simply click on the number or percentage next to this and then the "Submit Feedback For <Member>" link on the page that appears.

You can also access iTrader for members via their profile. The "Submit Feedback" link opens up a new page.

1. Select an option from the first drop-down list to say if you are the buyer or seller.

2. Select how happy you are with the deal, positive, neutral or negative. Try to be as honest as possible, if you've had a bad experience please say so - this helps other buyers / sellers avoid the same problems in the future.

3. Short comment - a quick summary of how you thought things went, again useful for people trading in the future.

4. Deal thread URL - paste a link to the the original for sale thread so people can view the item in question / progress of the sale.

5. Additional comments - a box that forces you to say more about the transaction, even if you don't want to. This section can only be seen by the buyer, seller and moderators.

6. "Submit Reply" - it's not a reply but click this button to submit your rating, the other party will get a PM to notify them of this and hopefully respond by leaving feedback for you.

Why should I use iTrader?
This system allows others to get see how good or bad another member is at buying and selling items.

If someone is flagged as being slow to pay or that they mess people around a seller may choose to sell to someone else with better feedback - this only works if people are honest and leave comments for all transactions.

What happens if I make a mistake on my feedback
Unlike eBay a member of the Trade Team should be able to change any mistakes for you, they can also update comments on your behalf should any problems arise after they have been left.

What if someone leaves me an unfair rating?
Again the Trade Team will be able to look into this in more detail and change things if necessary, they are such nice people. Send a PM to report this, don't start a thread on the subject in the hope that it gets seen by a mod.

Why isn't my iTrader rating as high as I think it should be?
This is normally because the same user has left you feedback for multiple items. iTrader is currently setup to work in the same way as eBay feedback - if you purchase 2 items from someone and leave 2 lots of feedback this only earns you 1 'point' on your rating, the same applies if you buy 1000 items from someone or purchase from them again in the future.
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Toyota Aristo MK2 2JZ-GTE BREAKING

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  • Toyota Aristo MK2 2JZ-GTE BREAKING

    Im thinking about breaking my car. Its a beautiful example but its a shame these cars are worth more in parts than as a whole car.

    Ive owned this one for a Year and never once has it let me down. It was imported in 2006 I believe with 40,000KM on it. Now at 81,000 that works out roughly 65,000 miles total. Its still very low miles for a 17 year old Aristo. Car drives perfect. No smoke on start ups. No leaks. No miss fires. Car can be seen running and test drive.

    12 MOT

    65,000 miles

    Just serviced

    2JZ GTE Engine with turbos new crank pulley(3000)

    Gearbox with 20k miles (350)

    Clifford 650 Alarm system (200)

    Blitz SBC Colour Black Boost Controller (350)

    Blitz BOV (150)

    Very very Rare TOMs Racing ECU (SOLD)

    BC Racing Coilovers (400)

    Toms ARS Bar with new tie rods (350)

    Premium Japan Throttle Body upgrade (350)

    PI 3200 Torque Converter (500)

    2 x Transmission Coolers (100)

    Big Aluminium Radiator (SOLD)

    Turbo Back SS Quad Exhaust System (SOLD)

    TTE front lip (100)

    Halo Black Front Headlights with Xenons (SOLD)

    LED rear Lights (SOLD)

    Lexus LS460 Big Brake Kit 4pot 360mm fronts 2pot 330mm rears (1750) new(3000+)

    Japan Racing wheels 19x9.5 front 19x11 rear

    255/30/19 & 295/25/19 Kumho KU39 (750)

    JVC double din/Bluetooth (150)

    Custom Cream Leather interior (300)

    3" intercooler kit (not fitted yet) (SOLD)

    Almost All parts were brandnew less than a year old.

    I want to see if i can get enough interest in it. Only then i will start breaking it for parts.

    Any further questions just ask.

    Thank you

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    Last edited by Hassan; 24-04-17, 01:52 AM.

  • #2
    I could be interested in the ECU, even though the EUR per GBP ratio isn't very attractive atm.

    Tbh, I'm interested in a lot of stuff, but haven't won the lottery yet.


    • #3
      Lol 😂 just let me know what you interested in and i can work a price out for you.


      • #4
        Postage for larger items is most likely abysmal, but off the bat that would be ECU, trans oil coolers and possibly BOV.


        • #5
          I can do the lot for 800 + shipping.


          • #6
            ECU, Front and rear lights, Radiator, Intercooler and exhaust SOLD


            • #7
              Well damn, that was fast I'm happy for you, sad for myself, I need to try and find another source.


              • #8
                Sorry mate. Ive still got rest off the stuff


                • #9
                  Have you got the stock fans?


                  • #10
                    No problem.

                    The ECU is my main goal, others only extra as I won't be installing anything this year that would risk being able to drive. I'll see what will happen.


                    • #11
                      Such a shame these great cars are always sold in parts, even thought it's understandable due to greater gain ...reason why the MK1 is so rare now


                      • #12
                        It is a real shame. No one wants to pay more for tuned car. Its worth alot more in parts its just madness.


                        • #13
                          Well, my luck seems rotten. My gearbox seems to have given up and I swore I will not waste my holiday working on the car.

                          However, my goal now would be to make her a solid piece of work, so I might be interested in the gearbox, torque converter and transmission coolers. What kind of price could you do for me? To be fair, I'm scouting at the moment, so anything concrete might take a while.