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Leon 02-13-2018 08:14 AM

These are W501-2s not W575s
The seller and i had a good conversation, via ebay, and I explained in detail why these aren't what he thinks they are. I explained it precisely. And yet the descriptions stay the same and wrong? Sometimes I wonder what people are thinking when they know darn well what they are selling isn't what they described. It's a peeve of mine. Why can't they just edit the description to be correct?


Bestdj777 02-13-2018 11:55 AM

It's edited now to say that he's been informed it is what you say it is.

ValKehl 02-13-2018 04:44 PM

Leon, I'm glad you were successful with this eBay seller; however, I do suspect the John Graney card actually is a W575-1 card, because the photo is very clear - i.e., the photo of Graney does not have the grainy appearance of a W501-2, like the other two cards do.

Quite some time ago, I tried without success to convince the eBay seller that this Sam Rice card is a W501-2, and not a W575-1:

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